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Unread 12-27-2012, 12:05 AM   #31
YJ-Topher
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Originally Posted by Carlos14

I did the same! After I had ripped the actual flare off of around the screws.
Needless to say, good thing YJ flares aren't too popular because they would have a resale value of -$12 after I finished pulling them off. Yes, I would have had to pay someone to take them. So I just found a dumpster
I cut mine in half then grinder all the bolts off. After taking forever on the first one I went into demo mode. They went on as 4 and off as 20!

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