Z & Z Enterprises, Inc.
E-Z Mount Fender Brackets
INSTALLATION OF FULL ROUND FENDERS
WITH OUTSIDE FENDER MOUNTS

Review HOW TO USE E-Z MOUNT BRACKET SYSTEM and pre-assemble your brackets. 

Determine the best location for your fenders to be mounted and temporarily block or support the fender into desired position. (We suggest using a I x 4 x 12" strip of wood across the top of tires.) Using shims where necessary, center the fender on the blocks, making sure the fender is level with the frame and from the ground up to the bottom of the fender front and rear. (NOTE: It is important to keep the fender an equal distance from the frame. Periodically check the distance, front and rear, by measuring from the outside edge of the fender to the frame.)
Using the E-Z Mount Outside Fender Bracket, (single stud or post mount) install the front bracket either into the predetermined hole in frame or the post mount on the suspension. If you are using the single stud mount, tighten the Nyloc nut so the bracket rotates firmly. If you are using the post mount, secure the clamp so the bracket rotates firmly.

With the bracket mounted firmly to the frame, hold the fender up to the bracket and hold the first and fourth grommets in place between the fender and bracket. Mark the fender at the outside end of bracket, and along the top of the first and fourth grommets.  
Remove the fender from the blocks and set on the floor. Hold the 1 1/2" x 19 3/4" backing plate across fender. Line up the top of the backing plate With the marks you made along the first and fourth grommets and the outside end of the backing plate with the marks you made at the outside end of the bracket (NOTE: It is important that the marks are equal distance from the bottom edge of the fender - this will ensure that the bracket is mounted straight.) Using your backing plate as a template, drill the four holes in the fender.

(NOTE: Remember to only drill the four holes that line up with the bolt holes in your bracket. The other holes are for the tabs on the tab lockwashers, to keep the 3/8" x 1 3/4" bolts from loosening when the job is complete.) It is helpful to insert each 3/8" bolt into each hole as they are being drilled. This will ensure the backing plate remains lined up properly.

After you have drilled the four holes in your fender we suggest that you enlarge them to 13/32". This will allow for adjustment when bolting the fender to the brackets. Place the fender back onto the blocks and temporarily bolt the fender to the bracket using the first and fourth holes. Be sure to put grommets between fender and bracket. Proceed to rear of the fender and repeat same process. After you have drilled the four holes in fender for rear bracket, place the fender back onto the blocks and bolt the fender to the brackets. Be sure to put grommets between fender and brackets. Using the backing plate and tab lockwashers under the fender, torque the 3/8" x 1 3/4" bolts to 10 ft/lbs. front and rear.( NOTE: Retnember to bend the tabs on the tab lockwashers down against the hex head of the 3/8" bolts holding the backing plate.)

Torque 5/8" Nyloc nut to 150 ft/lbs.

Replace air in suspension. Mounting is complete.

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