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Anyone know how

Anyone know how the fender flairs are held on?

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There are some plastic screws. Is that all?

The viewers over in the Super Duty Forum don't have a clue.
In other words CLUELESS.

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Have you been up north quite a bit lately? Swear I have seen your truck 3 times now.
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Nope,
Saying close to home base.
aka Tacoma

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I've seen another Armarillo Yellow one around here too. Sean has clones!
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I had never seen another big yellow one with the Amarillo on the back until Sean's now I guess I've seen a few of them.
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Most of the ones I've seen don't seem to be crew cabs so I don't know if its a genuine Amarillo level trim.
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To tell if it's an Amarillo or not two things to look at
Seats have to be black leather and have "Amarillo"
in red stitching and the instrument cluster will
be white with "Amarillo" in the speedometer AND the
Speedometer will be on the right of the cluster.

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To tell if it's an Amarillo or not two things to look at
Seats have to be black leather and have "Amarillo"
in red stitching and the instrument cluster will
be white with "Amarillo" in the speedometer AND the
Speedometer will be on the right of the cluster.

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That's a good way to tell but when you are driving by and it's in a parking lot it's a bit hard to tell . I'm sure they were Genuine Amarillo's I just didn't stop to look.
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