How to Install Fender Flares on a 2021+ Bronco

How to Install Fender Flares on a 2021+ Bronco

Last Updated February 15, 2024 | Cory Jones

If you have large wheels and tires installed on your modern Bronco, adding aftermarket fender flares can give them a little extra protection. Not to mention, fender flares are a great way to add style to your Bronco and make it stand out.

Even if you've never installed a mod before, fender flares are easy to replace. Our step-by-step instructions will teach you how to install fender flares on your 2021+ Bronco in just a few minutes.

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2021+ Bronco Fender Flare Install Instructions

Step 1: Unlock Old Fender Flares

Find the latches at the base of your stock fender flares. Shift the latches to the unlocked position by turning them counter-clockwise.

Mechanic unlocking fender flare attachments

Step 2: Remove Old Fender Flare

With the flare latches in the unlocked position, unsnap the flare from each connection port to remove it from your Bronco. Repeat process for all four fender flares.

Mechanic removing fender flares from a 2021 Ford Bronco

Step 3: Install New Fender Flares

Raise new fender flares into position. Use the factory clips to snap the flares into the connection points.

Move the latches into the locked position to secure your fender flares. Repeat the process on the remaining fenders.

Mechanic installing new fender flares on a 2021 Ford Bronco

Armor Up Your Bronco for the Trail

Wider fender flares will shield your sides from rocks, mud, and debris on the trail, but there's a whole lot more you can do to protect your Bronco off-road. Check out more Ford Bronco trail armor, including rock sliders, rear shock skid plates, moldings, and corner guards. If you're looking to add other cheap Bronco mods like interior storage, a new hardtop, or any other accessories, we've got you covered.


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