Skip to content


SAVE AT 10L0L|Free Shipping in USA !!!

10L0L Golf Cart Fender Flares installation

by miiDi 03 Nov 2023 0 Comments

Installing golf cart fender flares from the brand "10L0L" or similar products typically involves a straightforward process. Fender flares are designed to provide additional protection and style to your golf cart. Here are general steps to guide you through the installation:

Tools and Materials Needed:

  • Fender flares kit
  • Appropriate mounting hardware (included in the kit)
  • Screwdriver or socket set
  • Drill (if necessary)
  • Protective eyewear

Installation Steps:

  1. Prepare Your Work Area: Start by parking your golf cart in a well-lit and flat area. Ensure you have all the necessary tools and materials at hand.

  2. Unbox and Inspect: Open the fender flare kit and inspect the components to make sure you have all the necessary parts.

  3. Remove Existing Hardware (If Necessary): If your golf cart has existing fender flares or trim that you need to replace, start by removing them using a screwdriver or socket set.

  4. Test Fit: Before final installation, place the new fender flares onto the cart to ensure they fit properly and align with the wheel wells. This step is crucial to confirm that everything lines up correctly.

  5. Mark Hole Locations (If Necessary): If your fender flares require additional holes for mounting, use a pencil or a marker to mark the hole locations on the cart.

  6. Drill Holes (If Necessary): If marked, carefully drill the necessary holes in the appropriate locations on the golf cart. Use a drill bit size recommended in the instructions or the fender flare kit.

  7. Install the Fender Flares: Attach the fender flares to the wheel wells using the included mounting hardware (screws, bolts, or clips). Start by loosely attaching the flares, and then, once all of them are in place, tighten the hardware. Ensure that they are secure but not overly tightened to avoid damaging the flares.

  8. Double-Check Alignment: Ensure that the fender flares are aligned properly and centered within the wheel wells. Make any necessary adjustments before fully securing them.

  9. Tighten All Hardware: Go back and tighten all the screws, bolts, or clips securely. Double-check for any loose hardware.

  10. Clean Up: Remove any debris or metal shavings created during the installation process to prevent damage to your cart or the fender flares.

  11. Test Drive: Take your golf cart for a short test drive to ensure the fender flares do not interfere with the wheels and tires and that they stay securely in place.

Please note that specific installation instructions may vary depending on the brand and model of the fender flares of the golf cart accessories you're using. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions provided with the kit for the most accurate guidance.

Prev Post
Next Post

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.

Thanks for subscribing!

This email has been registered!

Shop the look

Choose Options

Recently Viewed

Edit Option
Back In Stock Notification
this is just a warning
Shopping Cart
0 items