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Old December 2nd, 2012, 07:39 PM
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Fender flare push pin removal

So after breaking a few of these trying to remove, i can't figure out how to get them off without breaking them. Is there a way, or do you just replace them with new ones afterwards?
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Old December 2nd, 2012, 07:52 PM
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Use a small screw driver or dowel and push the pin all the way through. Once you push the dowel through the head will pull right out. The little pins will fall and you need to track each one the best you can. You should be able to find 90% of them.
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Use a small screw driver or dowel and push the pin all the way through. Once you push the dowel through the head will pull right out. The little pins will fall and you need to track each one the best you can. You should be able to find 90% of them.
Brilliant...thanks! Will give it a shot, seems logical my brain just wasn't there yet.
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When I swapped out the flares on the old 110 I wound up buying a big bag of new ones from RDS, made life much easier using new ones to reinstall.
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I've got a small drift set that should work, but I ordered a bunch from LRSeries.com along with a bunch of other stuff I've needed.
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Old December 2nd, 2012, 11:18 PM
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My 2˘ is once you get them off, leave them off.

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The flares?
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I have 10 of these new at home, Jason. If you need any to replace a few broken ones, let me know and I'll give 'em to you
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