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Can anyone tell me how to remove the stock fender flares from a Comanche
Buncha 10mm nuts on the inner side

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I replaced mine with individual stainless steel bolts and fender washers.  :L: 

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When I did mine, I drilled the studs out (they all broke but one) and just used 1/4" bots, nuts and washers to replace them (no welding) along with Th drilled out brackets (they also act to reinforce Th fender lip).

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I used penetrating oil several times over a couple of days before removing one of my flares.  I still managed to break 3 of them.  Hard to see that you're going to break one until it happens.  Next one I will likely take the wheel off and use a dremel and rotary brush on the threads after oil and see if that improves my success rate.

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you should definitely not listen to me and you should definitely try and give it every chance of being reusable, but... I don't even pretend anymore. :(  the studs are made of some weak crappy metal and I've had them snap on rust free trucks.  and so I've found the 20v 1/4" impact gun makes quick work of snapping off the studs. :D 

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37 minutes ago, Pete M said:

you should definitely not listen to me and you should definitely try and give it every chance of being reusable, but... I don't even pretend anymore. :(  the studs are made of some weak crappy metal and I've had them snap on rust free trucks.  and so I've found the 20v 1/4" impact gun makes quick work of snapping off the studs. :D 

 

Hey work smarter not harder right?!

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21 hours ago, Pete M said:

you should definitely not listen to me and you should definitely try and give it every chance of being reusable, but... I don't even pretend anymore. :(  the studs are made of some weak crappy metal and I've had them snap on rust free trucks.  and so I've found the 20v 1/4" impact gun makes quick work of snapping off the studs. :D 

I expect I will be heading down that road as well on my next flare. I'd rather be fishing.  :))

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