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SDTitan1 said:
NIIICE! pretty amazing how quickly they were installed, look badarse!!!
install is fairly easy and helps a ton to have the maker of the fenders installing them for you...:rolleyes: i helped out though and while maxima619 was doing the more technical portions of the install i was doing all the unbolting and unscrewing...:jester: phew, thank god for the beers! i was exhausted!
 

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hooligan said:
install is fairly easy and helps a ton to have the maker of the fenders installing them for you...:rolleyes: i helped out though and while maxima619 was doing the more technical portions of the install i was doing all the unbolting and unscrewing...:jester: phew, thank god for the beers! i was exhausted!
LOL those pacificos gave me alot of energy!
 

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wow those look good! Wish the frontier had some fenders besides the swollen-eye looking fenders hannaman makes.
 

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Those are definitely my next major upgrade
 

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those look great man deff. gives the truck a better stance good job
 

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How much and where? Looks good.
 

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why was he cutting up the fender liner?
 

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dragonhead08 said:
why was he cutting up the fender liner?
cuz the new fender is wider... the OEM fender liner will not attach to any point on the new fenders because of that and just flaps around all loose so to prevent that flapping in the wind effect he cut it, which worked out great. but now that i'm having shock hoops installed it won't matter now, cause i have to yank them out.
 

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cuz the new fender is wider...
How much trimming did the fenders need to bolt in nicely?
 

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Ive never seen these in person but would it be possible to use a fender liner from a scrapyard and use part of it to rivet to old liner to add an extension piece?
 

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dragonhead08 said:
Ive never seen these in person but would it be possible to use a fender liner from a scrapyard and use part of it to rivet to old liner to add an extension piece?
i've thought of that... never got around to trying it. i believe DMZ made some fender liners that would fit the glassworks fenders and i'm guessing those would work with the FRP fenders.
 
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