Created: May 27, 2022
What’s up guys? Today we’re going to show you how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s Low Profile Fender Flares on this Can-Am Commander. This is all there is to it! We’re just playing. It’s not that easy. But let me show you exactly how easy it with these four steps!
The first thing we’ll do is take our flare and line it up. All we’re going to worry about is the lower section at first. Just line it up on this side and the rest will follow.
Once you have it where you want it, take a Sharpie or some sort of marker and mark these holes. As you can see, our machine previously had our Low Profile Fender Flares installed, so the holes are already there. But what you’ll need to do is take a quarter-inch drill bit and look in the flare itself. The drill bit will be used for larger holes.
As you can see, we have smaller holes. These smaller holes will be used with our hardware. When you’re drilling this lower hole, make sure you don’t pop it through the other side of the fender.
Take your push pins and install them into the lower holes on this side. Then come up to this hole as well and install the push pin.
Now what we’ll do is mark the rest of our holes. When marking your holes, make sure you get this flare tucked back in as far as you possibly can. Mark them, and do the rest of these as well.
Next, line it up and drill through your hole. That’s the last of your push pin holes, so take a push pin and just go through. Hold your flare up tight and drill the rest of your holes. We’ll be using the same drill bit we’ve been using.
We’re going to grab five of our M6 x 20s, five of our Nyloc nuts, and five of our flat fender washers. Start your hardware, making sure the SuperATV washer is on it. Go to this front hole and slide it through the plastic as well as the finished layer.
On the back side, we’ll take one of our flat fender washers and install it to the hardware that was previously slipped through the plastic. Once that’s done, we’ll take one of our nuts and start it on the hardware.
Now repeat the same steps for the rest of the holes and bolts on the flare. Then fully tighten all hardware.
Next, we’re moving on to the rear. You’ll see right here there are five T30 torques and one push pin. Go ahead and remove those.
Now we’ll grab the passenger-side rear fender flare. It should look like this, with a little notch on the inside. The first hardware we’ll put in is the provided push pin. It will be the same push pin we used in the front, and it’s going through into the factory pushpin location.
Then we’re going to grab five M6 x 30 mm Allens along with our SuperATV washers. Thread them right into the factory clips through the SuperATV fender flare.
We’re going to thread our hardware right into the factory clips on the machine. Then we’ll fully tighten our hardware. Just be careful because if you don’t get them started enough, they will fall out.
Now that your front and rear flares are installed on the passenger side, just repeat all the same steps on the opposite side.
And that’s really how easy it is to install SuperATV’s Low Profile Fender Flares on this Can-Am Commander. Be sure to check out our Commander page to find more upgrades that will fit your machine. Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe! Thanks for watching, and we’ll catch you on the next one.
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