Frequently Asked Questions Ask APW
Are the Ford F-350 Super Duty fender replacements sold in pairs?
Answer: There are certain fender replacement models for Ford F-350 Super Duty that are sold in pairs. But several online stores are giving their customers the option to buy replacement fenders individually especially if the price for the Super Duty fender is steep.
Do fender replacements for Ford F-350 Super Duty require drilling for its installation?
Answer: Some aftermarket replacements for Ford F-350 Super Duty fenders do not require drilling. This is especially true for plastic or fiberglass fenders and direct-fit units. However, some models and fender materials, particularly steel fenders, could not be installed without drilling.
Is it possible to repaint a brand-new replacement fender for Ford F-350 Super Duty?
Answer: Yes. Although most of the replacement fenders for Ford F-350 Super Duty that are sold online are pre-primed, it is still possible to repaint the fender if the Ford truck owner wants to match the color of his new fenders to the color of his vehicle. Aside from repainting the new fenders, other options for personalization and customization include shaving it using a die grinder, pulling it with a roller, or giving it an added effect by installing fender trims and flares.
What is the best material for Ford F-350 Super Duty fender replacements, fiberglass, plastic, or steel?
Answer: All these materials are made to protect the wheels and the braking system of the Ford F-350 Super Duty from road debris, dirt, and dust. But Super Duty fenders that are made of plastic or fiberglass are favored because they are absolutely resistant to rust and corrosion. Plus they are lightweight and they absorb impacts from fender-benders better than steel. The only downside is that F-350 Super Duty fenders made of these materials are more expensive than their steel counterparts.