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wonder what that orange thing is on the left.
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They were first designed to fit with the spare, on the outside, like for Jeeps. Now they make brackets that allow for mounts virtually anywhere.
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I know you got rid of this a bit ago...but do you have anymore pics/tips for cutting the flares for the rear doors?

And how did that expanding foam hold up over the course of 2 winters? Seems like a good idea...but Ford and foam don't go well together and rust issues develop.

TIA for any extra info you have. You're the only person I've ever seen show how they combatted the flares to make the rear doors functional
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I know you got rid of this a bit ago...but do you have anymore pics/tips for cutting the flares for the rear doors?

And how did that expanding foam hold up over the course of 2 winters? Seems like a good idea...but Ford and foam don't go well together and rust issues develop.


TIA for any extra info you have. You're the only person I've ever seen show how they combatted the flares to make the rear doors functional


Just take your time and try to keep the cuts clean and straight.

The section of flare that attached to the door is very flimsy after it is cut...if you can think of a better way to stiffened it, I would do it
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Minor update.

As many of you know, I bought a nice dodge ramcharger a few years ago with intentions of building it up like the excursion.

Plans have changed once again, as I have sold the ramcharger. I decided it was in too good of shape to saw up,and i could get a vehicle is worse condition that needs rust cut out of it for 1/4 of the price I sold my RC for.....so the hunt is on again.....maybe it will be a bronco this time
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