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Start by removing the mounting screws in the original fender skirts and keeping them handy. The Icon replacements do not come with screws. Our screws were in good condition, so they were reused.
The fender skirt is mounted in place, and the cut line between the slideout and the body of the trailer is marked with a strip of painter’s tape. A screw is removed, and a spacer is placed between the fender skirt and the side wall to prevent damage while cutting.
The new Icon fender skirts are nearly a perfect match for the originals, thanks to the website’s three-step process for finding the right replacements.
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