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Well that looks annoying. How would you even been going about removing them without damaging the paint? Did not realize that there were such significant gaps in the body panels.
 

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Yeah I think its probably better to just try and seal them up. Wont want stones or moisture getting trapped in those creases.
 

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there is a gap on the Sport and Sahara fenders as well. I never thought much of it....until now.

I think a rubber or foam gasket instead of silicone would be a better option.
 

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That is an issue! I remember the fender welting used in a the VW bug and older cars. Checking the web there are options for fender welting.
 

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there is a gap on the Sport and Sahara fenders as well. I never thought much of it....until now.

I think a rubber or foam gasket instead of silicone would be a better option.
Those should be easy to find at any automotive parts store or hardware store.

Having worked in auto parts years ago, I bet they have it, along with all the other odd bits that DIY'ers use.
 

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You are not alone buddy, I collected ton of those last week ))) Make sure you put pressure down on flare when you remove them.. not to scratch the paint. The best way is if someone pushes the flare down while another person uses wind machine or air duster.


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