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Removing right front fender on 2007 Gator xuv 620i

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canuck740
Join Date: Aug 2015
Posts: 2 Illinois
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2015-08-10          193295


I damaged the right front fender of this gator. I have purchased a new replacement fender I removed the right front tire and removed as many fasteners and bolts as I could find securing the fender to the frame. I still can't budge the fender out of there. Is there any kind of "how to" or exploded diagram showing all the fasteners? I thought this would be a simple project.

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Removing right front fender on 2007 Gator xuv 620i

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5219 South Carolina
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2015-08-13          193312


Have not even looked at removing a Gator fender and have paid no attention to how they are bolted on our Gator.

Needed to remove rear fender from John Deere tractor this week and saw very obvious row of bolts and removed them. Oh that was not bad. But the fender did not wiggle, guess those bolts were for looks. Looked up under the fender and found along the top a much less obvious row or more bolts. When I did see they ended up under the side console thought, ask JD dealership on this. They offered to send me parts breakdown picture but it was decided they would do the job due to how large it really was.

So look carefully for hidden bolts, try wiggling the fender to find the area that is not free and look carefully. Also some shops or parts department will be glad to print you off the page showing the installation especially if you bought the fender there. Do assume you checked you tube to see if there happens to be video there. ....

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