Step 6. Meanwhile, back at the Jeep... You need to make sure that your A #1 crack team of mechanics has a natural born leader. A man amongst men. Someone who can take charge, get all buzzed up, then lose shit. I give you: Brian:
Addendum to the Above Pic: Brian carefully placed the 9 nuts necessary to bolt the rear fenders into the appropriate holes that he had inappropriately drilled into the Jeep. He was very careful to make sure he did that. Next, he said "Dude, we're missing one!"
He then promptly blamed the first person we all thought of: Evan. That lil turd had clearly grabbed one of the nuts and ran off with it.
"Evan, did you take one of these", he said, holding up a nut.
"Uh huh" Evan Replied. He's 2 for fuck's sake! He thinks that you wanted
him to take one of them so he's trying to make you happy by saying "Uh huh."
So we spent 20 minutes looking in the grass and all over the place for them. But before we did that, I asked Brian, "Dude, are you sure you didn't accidently put one of those nuts in the two holes on top that dont need one?"
"Nahh Dude", he boldly replied.
So after the 20 minutes were up - this part is very important in your instructions, make sure you spend 20 minutes on this step - we took the fender off.
Sure enough! There it was - where it wasn't supposed to be. The exact spot ol Karn had asked Brian about earlier. Ahhh, you gotta love it. Why did this happen? This is why:
Step 7. But I digress. At this point, Brian has to take Evan home. The lil man is tired from running up and down the driveway and B is too good a dad to put our silly Jeep problems ahead of his son. He tells me, you guys can work on it some, I'll be back. So we got to work. Drinking.:
Step 8. It is very important to have a guitar handy in case some Hollywood types come by talent scouting. Also, try to make a huge mess. Men do stuff like that and it makes it look more like people are working. Dont forget to have a guy named Gary come by with his own personal case of beer - so we can all borrow them until they are gone:
Step 9. Reinforcements are inevitably handy to have around. There is an entire section of the Jacked Up Jeep Club section called "Alvy's Garage" for good reason. Alvy possesses this thing that about 95% of the guys in our club do not have: skills. Get Alvy to working on the front end - cuz the parts will not match up at all:
Step 10. After some serious bending, tearing, drilling, clamping, and cussing, you'll have your fenders on in no time. And the great part is, when they are finally on, you'll only have this many parts left over!
It's just that simple to install your very own set of River Raider Fenders. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, keep it to your own damn self!