Toyota Pocket Style® Included in Hardware Kit
Toyota Pocket Style®
Fender Flares
Set of 4
Set Part #31922-02
Rev-6 7/23/2013
STEP 1 – PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
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A) Bushwacker only approves installing the flares according to these
written instructions with the hardware provided. WARNING: Failure to
install according to these instructions will invalidate the warranty. This
includes, but is not limited to using alternative installation methods,
hardware, or materials. DO NOT USE: Loctite, SuperGlue, or similar
products on the hardware or the flares.
TOOLS FOR EASY INSTALLATION:
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B) Fit: Verify the fit of the flares to vehicle. (Some filing, sanding, or
cutting may be necessary to ensure proper fit).
C) Painting: (Optional) if paint is desired it must be done prior to installing
flares on vehicle. Clean outer surface with a good grade degreaser.
DO NOT USE LACQUER THINNER OR ENAMEL REDUCER AS A
DEGREASER. Wipe outer surface thoroughly with a tack rag prior to
paint. Application of plastic adhesion promoter for ABS plastic as per
your paint system manufacturer’s recommendations is required. Paint
flares using a high quality enamel, or polyurethane automotive paint. If
painting edge trim (not recommended), use a flex additive.
Utility Knife or Cutting Tool
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
Flat Head Screwdriver
Socket Wrench
10mm Socket
1/2” Socket
7/16” Socket
Electric Drill
5/16” Drill Bit
Grease Pencil
D) Performance: Using larger Tires may increase the area required to
turn the vehicle. Some Tire/Rim combinations may require lowering
bump stops and or installing steering stops to prevent tire from
contacting flare.
E) Exhaust System: Modifications may be necessary to maintain a
minimum 4” clearance between flares and exhaust pipes. (Exhaust
gases should not vent directly onto flares)
F) Metal Protection: All exposed fasteners and bare metal should be
treated with rust resistant paint BEFORE installing flares. Spray inner
fender wells with undercoating AFTER flare attachments have been
completed.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY AGAINST
ANY MANUFACTURING DEFECTS
G) Decals: Flares may interfere with existing decals on vehicle. If you
wish, remove decals prior to installation of flares.
• To claim a warranty, you must provide
Proof of Purchase.
Included in Hardware Kit:
1.
2.
4 pcs
8.
3.
4 pcs
9.
4 pcs
4.
4 pcs
10.
33 pcs
5.
24 pcs
11.
33 pcs
6.
4 pcs
12.
33 pcs
7.
8 pcs
13.
1 pc
2 pcs
14.
324 inches
1 pc
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Component List:
1.
2.
Right Front
Flare
Left Front
Flare
5.
6.
Left Rear
Bumper Piece
3.
4.
Left Rear
Main Flare
Right Rear
Main Flare
7.
Right Rear
Bumper Piece
Left & Right
Front Inner
Pieces
STEP 2 - EDGE TRIM INSTALLATION
A. Peel two to three inches of red vinyl backing away from Edge
Trim (GP1-0001) tape. Applying the adhesive side of the edge trim
to the inner side of the flare, affix the edge trim to the top edge
of the flare (the portion that comes in contact with the vehicle).
B. Press edge trim into place along the top edge of the flare in one-foot
increments, pulling red vinyl backing free as you continue to work your
way around the top edge of the flare.
Flare Pocket Hardware Installation:
1
Put a Washer (WA1-0012) on each Bolt (SW1-0059).
2
Put each Bolt/Washer combination through a pocket
hole in the flare, Bolt head and Washer on the
outside.
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3
Place a Nut (NU1-0019) over the end of each Bolt and
tighten, using a 1/2” wrench for the Nut and the supplied
Torx Bit (SW1-0052) for the Bolt. Repeat for remaining
pockets.
Front Factory Flare Removal (Driver’s Side):
4
Remove six bolts from wheel well using a 10mm
socket.
6
Remove three plastic fasteners using a flat head
screw driver or pry tool.
5
Remove two bolts connecting factory flare to rocker
as shown (one plastic fastener removed in Step 4 is
located here as well).
7
Using a utility knife, cut along seam connecting
factory flare to rocker. Cut down to mud flap area.
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8
Using a utility knife, cut splash guard flush with edge
of sheet metal also.
9
Trim an additional 3/4” from rocker, so that end of
rocker is within confines of sheet metal. NOTE: The
Flare will cover this area to 1/4” from the door seam.
10
Cut front of factory flare along bumper, taking care
not to cut bumper.
11
Trim remaining plastic flush with bumper.
12
Trim plastic tab along seam.
13
Remove mud flap bolts as shown (2 places).
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14
Remove third mud flap bolt, and remove mud flap.
Front Flare Installation Procedures (Driver’s Side):
15
Holding Front Inner Piece on front of wheel well
next to bumper, use a grease pencil to mark two clip
locations.
17
Slide supplied Clips (CL1-0022) over holes drilled in
previous Step (2 places).
16
Remove Front Inner Piece, and drill two 5/16” holes
on marks made in previous Step (2 places).
18
Position Inner Front Piece on vehicle, aligning holes
in part with holes in Clips installed in previous Step.
Install supplied Screws (SW1-0056).
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19
Position Flare on fender. Install five supplied Screws
(SW1-0036). Do not tighten. NOTE: It is helpful to
install one of the top bolts first.
20
Install one supplied Fastener (RV1-P003) in top hole.
Check that Edge Trim (GP1-0001) is seated correctly, then
tighten all Screws (SW1-0036) installed in previous Step.
Rear Factory Flare Removal (Driver’s Side):
21
Using a 10mm socket, remove six bolts.
22
Remove two bolts from mud flap.
23
Using a pry tool or flat head screwdriver, remove one
plastic fastener.
24
Remove one plastic fastener from mud guard.
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25
Remove bolt from mud guard located inside wheel
well.
27
Remove bolt located behind rear plastic panel.
NOTE: if the socket does not fit in the enclosed
space, a Phillips screwdriver will work.
29
Remove bolt from underside of factory flare (behind
panel). Pry flare from fender, releasing plastic clips.
26
Pull back rear plastic panel to access bolt inside.
Plastic clips will release, making a popping sound.
28
Remove 10mm bolt to remove mud flap completely.
30
Using a pushing motion to engage clips, replace rear
plastic panel.
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31
At front of wheel well, use pry tool or knife to pry
plastic grommet from sheet metal. Discard grommet,
leaving a square hole.
32
Cut along rocker panel so that it is trimmed flush with
sheet metal.
33
Remove last bolt holding the rear flare on, at the
front of the wheel well. Remove flare.
Rear Flare Installation Procedures (Driver’s Side):
34
Install a supplied Grommet (GR1-0002) in square
hole at front of wheel well.
35
To attach Rear Main Flare to Rear Bumper Piece,
slide a supplied Washer (WA1-0017) onto a supplied
Screw (SW1-0005).
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36
Align the holes in the Rear Main Flare with the holes
in the Rear Bumper Piece, slide Screw/Washer
assembly through (2 places).
38
Position Flare on fender. Install six supplied Screws
(SW1-0036). Do not tighten. NOTE: It is helpful to
install one of the top Screws first.
37
Slide a supplied Washer (WA1-0017) onto backside
of Screw (SW1-0005), and thread a supplied Nuts
(NU1-0001) onto Screw. Using a 10mm socket and
7/16” wrench, tighten Screws.
39
Install one supplied Fastener (RV1-P003) in top
forward hole. Check that Edge Trim (GP1-0001) is
seated correctly, then tighten all Screws.
Edge Trim Tool Procedures:
40
Using supplied Edge Trim Tool (ET1-0002), seat
edge trim against vehicle by hooking curved end
under edge trim at one end of flare. Next, slide
around outer edge of flare to the other end.
41
Using flat end of supplied Edge Trim Tool (ET1-0002),
seat edge trim against flare by inserting straight end
between edge trim and flare at one end. Next, slide
around entire edge to the other end.
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