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Old 02-09-2013
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Default Help: Rear Dually Fender removal

I just got a 01 dually, fenders are beat up. Can fix the left one with out to much problem but I need to remove the right one. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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I think the Dually fenders are just a clip on to the standard truck box. I also believe they are made of fiberglass. Any marine or bodyshop should be able to help you out.
Worse case scenario would be to find one at the auto recyclers or purchase a new one from the $tealer.
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Thanks for your help, as I said the left I can do without taking it off, the right is a bit beat up and will take more work. Plus, the fend well is bent so I need to pull the fend back out before putting the flare back on. A puller, some bondo and kitty hair should do the trick.
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