This right here is a 2021 Ford Bronco 4-door but you guys already knew that.
Anyway, in this video I'm going to show you how to remove the fenders.
It's not as hard as it sounds.
So, to accomplish that task, I've got the hood popped.
I'm going to open it right here, throw the prop rod up right quick The grill has to come out first before I can remove that front fender.
Now if you wanna know how to do that I've already posted a separate video all about that, so make sure you check it out.
Anyway, I've already removed the fasteners that need to come out, so this inner piece pops right out just like that.
And the grill, easy as pie.
Okay, so with all of that stuff out of the way, we can remove some more hardware.
These load bearing trail sites need to come off and they are held in place by three different fasteners.
So just take your 10 millimeter socket and ratchet and remove those.
They're pretty easy to get to right underneath here.
There we go.
Just one more to go here.
So with the trail site remove we've got three more ten millimeter bolts right on top of the fender here to take out.
So I'm gonna do that next.
Now I'm down at ground level, because we've gotta remove these fender flairs, which is surprisingly easy.
Ford has provided five different clips But they're very simple.
They're just little latches you turn them about a quarter turn.
Just like that.
And the fifth one there.
Once you've undone those latches, the whole flare should pop right off from the fender.
Okay, next step, you didn't lose that 10 millimetre socket, did you?
I'm always misplacing it but you need it because.
We got two bolts to take out right here at the very bottom of the fender where it ties into the rest of the body.
So we've gotta do a little bit more work up front.
This lower trim piece has to come off and it should just clip into place, get a handhold on it, there we go.
I'm gonna just work it off.
Work it right down the line here.
It's on there tight.
You don't want this coming off when you're on the trail.
[SOUND] All right now that that trim piece is out of the way, we've got three eight millimeter bolts to remove which will take off this black plastic piece.
Then there's a 10 mil right behind that.
And as promised, the 10 mill.
So up top here we've got, trust me we're almost done a seven millimeter bolt right here by the sideview mirror which I'll take out with another handy dandy nut driver.
Out it comes just like that.
There we go.
With that out of the way we've got some more panel clips to take out
There are four of them.
Okay, so aside from one Other 10 millimeter bolt down here which we've already removed.
This Fender should be ready to come right off the vehicle.
So if I pull down, pull out on the bottom and down just a little bit it should lift.
Look at that.
It comes right off.
Very cool stuff.
There you go.
That's how you remove the front fenders on a 2021 Ford Bronco, I've got to say, not the easiest task in the world, but again, not overly difficult Just take your time and it only requires a few basic hand tools.
So just about anyone Should be able to do this.
Anyway, thank you so much for watching this video.
And if you love the new Ford Bronco, which I know you do, they've got a whole bunch of other videos with this particular example here where I show you how to take the doors off, remove the grill, and a whole bunch more.
So make sure you give those a watch.
Thanks for watching and I'm gonna see if I can sell this on eBay.
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