One of the quickest ways to make your truck stand out is by installing a set of fender flares. These accessories hang over your truck's wheel wells, providing a wide vehicle profile and giving coverage to oversize wheels and tires. Putting a set of fender flares on your truck can be achieved using basic hand tools. In this how-to guide, we show you the installation process for a set of TrueEdge Painted Fender Flares on a 2011 Ford F-150. Note: Though this installation does require a few 1/4-inch holes to be drilled in the front plastic bumper and vehicle sheet metal, many installations on current generation vehicles can be done with no drilling at all.
1. Ratchet and Socket Set
2. Phillips Screwdriver, Standard and Stubby Lengths
3. Electric Drill with 1/4-Inch Bit
4. Gloves and Safety Glasses