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When it comes to the components of your car, truck, or SUV, there are auto body parts to consider as well as moving parts. You'll find your fenders at the sides of your vehicle, hanging out between the doors and the bumpers. Your fenders may be standalone panels, or they may be integrated with your front fascia. In either case, they are engineered just as carefully as any other part of your vehicle. Fenders are designed for both visual and aerodynamic appeal. Whether you own a streamlined Porsche or a tough Ford truck, the fenders are an important part of the overall design of your vehicle. Of course, fenders are also a safety feature. In the event of a front-end collision, the edges of the fender are designed to bend so that your engine is as protected as possible. This is why minor accidents are sometimes referred to as fender-benders. You may think that a fender is just a fender, but actually there are many different types of fenders and fender accessories. Many drivers choose to enhance the appearance of their vehicles by installing custom fender panels. You can also add fender flares, fender trim, or fender skirts, which give the body of your car, truck, or SUV additional protection from mud splashes and road debris. If you have damaged your fenders in a crack-up, or if you want to give your ride a smoother, sleeker look, you'll find a wide array of fenders and fender accessories in our extensive online catalogue. Place your order through our secure online server, or call our toll-free customer service number to speak with our knowledgeable and friendly staff.
Date Published: July 30,2014
How to Spot a Good Replacement Fender
A fender is located between the door and bumper-which simply means that it covers a good part of your car's front-end. If the fender gets damaged in a collision, there's no other option but to make the necessary replacement (if you care about your ride's appearance, that is). Now, spotting a good aftermarket component in the market today is like finding a needle in a haystack. There are thousands of brands that offer the same part, but not all of them are capable of providing what you need. With such a difficult task at hand, we would like to help by giving you these tips:
Tip #1. Find a brand that specializes in manufacturing high-quality fenders. Why? Well, if the brand is known for producing top-notch aftermarket accessories, you can guarantee that you will get a product that's worth your hard-earned cash. Although it's not always the case, it's a smart decision to bank on the credibility of the brand.
Tip #2. Get a fender that's custom-built to your vehicle's make and model. Believe us, this feature would save you from a complicated installation process in the future-provided that you will carry out the task on your own, which is actually what we would advise you because it would keep you from shelling out more cash.
Tip #3. Choose the perfect finish. One of the many functions of the fender is to boost the aesthetic profile of your ride. If you want to make sure that the replacement fender can do just that, you have to pick the finish that would go well with your vehicle's overall appearance.
Tip #4. Warranty, warranty, warranty. You'll never know what would happen to the fender once it's installed in your vehicle. If it's starting to show signs of deterioration in only a couple of weeks after you bought it, you will need something that can protect your consumer rights-and that's what the warranty does. Do we still need to stress how important it is?
We don't want to brag but, if you follow these tips, we can assure you that you can get yourself a fender that's worth your time and money.
Date Published: July 30,2014
Automotive DIY: Fender Installation
So you just found yourself in a "fender-bender" . Naturally, you'd want to get rid of that nasty dent on your ride by replacing your factory-installed fender with an aftermarket component. If you have purchased the part, the only thing left to do is its installation. However, since you've already spent your hard-earned money on the replacement fender, you're reluctant to shell out more cash in hiring a professional mechanic. Luckily, that won't be a problem anymore because we'll teach you how to install your fender the right way.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Things that you'll need:
- 1/4-inch drill bit
- Ratchet set
- Dust mask
Step 1. Unbolt the bumper from your car so you can uninstall the stock fender (you can sell it to a scrap yard if you want to). Keep all the hardware you discarded.
Step 2. Disconnect the headlights from your car by using pliers.
Step 3. Place the fender on the side of your car. Using the permanent marker, mark the position of the core support bolts on your fender.
Step 4. Put on the dust mask and goggles. Drill 1/4-inch-wide holes on the marked spots on your fender.
Step 5. After the holes are done, bolt the fender on the side of your car. Make sure that it doesn't impede the opening and closing of your door or hood. If it does, make the necessary adjustment.
Step 6. Install the headlight in front of the fender. You can use a ratchet to tighten the bolts. Check if the fender fits against the headlight.
Step 7. Tighten the core support bolts with the ratchet. You can repeat the install process to the other side of your vehicle.