Toyota Cut-Out™ Included in Hardware Kit: Rear Pair

Toyota Cut-Out™ Included in Hardware Kit: Rear Pair
Toyota Cut-Out™
Fender Flares
Rear Pair
Rear Part #31022-11
Rev-3 03/14/2016
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.
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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.
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.
1/4” Drill Bit
#2 Phillips Driver Bit or Screwdriver
10mm Wrench
8mm Wrench
Cutting Tool (Hacksaw, Saber Saw or Air
Jack Stands (2)
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)
PLEASE READ: Dirt and debris can become lodged
between the fender flares and the vehicle’s fenders,
causing scratching and paint wear from vibration.
Lund International is not responsible for any damage,
and the installation of our fender flares is done with
the buyer’s understanding that this scratching and
paint wear may occur.
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
G) Decals: Flares may interfere with existing decals on vehicle. If you
wish, remove decals prior to installation of flares.
H) Care & Cleaning: Bushwacker fender flares are built to last; any
detergent you use to wash your vehicle is sufficient to clean the flare.
Do not use any harsh abrasive detergents.
To claim a warranty, you must provide
Proof of Purchase.
Included in Hardware Kit:
1-15 ft. Piece
34 pcs
26 pcs
26 pcs
2 pcs
6710 N CATLIN AVE. • PORTLAND, OR 97203 • 503-283-4335 • 1-800-234-8920 (USA AND CANADA) • FAX 503-283-3007
Flare Installation Procedures:
STEP 2 - Disassembly (Rear):
A) Jack up vehicle and use jack stands.
B) Remove wheel and wheel well trim (if so equipped).
C) Remove screws holding mud flap bracket.
D) Using 1/4” drill bit, drill out spot welds holding support
bracket to sheet metal. See Photo #1. Retain bracket as
it will be reattached later.
STEP 3 - Fender Flare Installation (Rear):
NOTE: Toyota 4Runner rear flare requires NO CUTTING of
sheet metal to install.
Photo #1
A) If your 4Runner is equipped with a stone guard on the front
leg of opening, it will be necessary to do one of the following:
1) Removing Stone Guard: There are fasteners holding the
stone guard that will leave exposed holes in the body when
removed. It will require filling and paint to cover.
2) Cutting Stone Guard: Position flare in place and mark a line
onto guard where flare overlaps. Remove flare and cut guard
on marked line. If you’re using the supplied fender gimp
between the flare and sheet metal, cut an additional 3/16” off
stone guard.
B) Place flare into wheel well opening. Make sure flare is
tight against the body and contours align. Slip leg of gimp
between flare and sheet metal at lower front. Bulb of gimp
should be tight against flare. Assemble drill screw into cap
washer. (see illustration # A-1) Install drill screw and cap
washer into lower front through flare, gimp and sheet metal.
Apply a dab of silicone or body sealer to hole to seal. Repeat
same procedure for pocket above. Lower rear pocket uses
the assembly in illustration #A-1. Secure under side center
area with (3) drill screws. Secure bottom of front and rear legs
with drill screws.
Photo #2
C) Trim gimp off at roll-under. Apply snap caps to outer drill
screw pockets.
D) Secure mud flap and flare near original mounting hole with a
drill screw. (Use a back up washer on inside of flare to catch
drill screw). See Photo #2
6710 N CATLIN AVE. • PORTLAND, OR 97203 • 503-283-4335 • 1-800-234-8920 (USA AND CANADA) • FAX 503-283-3007
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