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Trimming the fenders

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Old 11-10-2010, 09:35 AM
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what the heck does it mean?
 
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You get a saw and cut at the base of the fender to make the opening in the wheel well a little wider.

The third post in this thread used to have good pictures showing how to do it but they were attachments on the forum and don't appear to be hosted anymore. Gary (tripleblack) did it in his build thread and has some pictures there too
 
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Ok thanks
 
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