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Fender Cutting 44's

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ProJunkRacing, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. ProJunkRacing

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    Ok here's the scoop just got myself some 44" boggers yesterday and started to trim my fenders a bit so here are some pics . Also I was looking at the back and realized i needed to trim quiet a bit out back so i decided i am going to dovetail the rear . So now i am just looking into designing a bumper that will work with the read being tapered also i think i am going to put on a 3" body lift just to get a little extra clearance . But here are some pics of it now and mounting up the tires they were just right to fit on out tire machine at the shop i work at so i got lucky . Also anyone got pics of thier real dovetails besides mikey . also i am now going to do full hydro so i made a few changes in my design ideas.

    Also I need to order some ned brake lines so it looks like pro comp maybe +10's

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    even more

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    it is looking better now, when are you going to cut the rear?
     
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    what is the deal with the front spring?
     
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    Are we ever gonna see pictures of it outside your garage??? :D
     
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    What blade size (blade #) did you use to groove those TSL's?

    troy
     
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    well those boggers are dirty so must have been out of the garage... :crazy:
     
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    what springs bro?
     
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    well i didn't groove them TIMMAY did but yeah they are dirty i wish it was from me too lol
     
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    any other ideas
     
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    Looking good so far. I say don't bother dovetailing it or putting on a body lift, and trim the bedsides the same way you trimmed the front fenders. You might want to move the front axle forward a little bit, too.
     
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    Yeah, why dont you actually go out and wheel the truck.
     
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    what backspacing is on the front wheels and how wide are the boggers?
     
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    please get srw hubs! its killing me haha. looks good tho bro. wish i had 44" boggers
     
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    i believe they are 44x19.50
     
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    Yeah, whats the deal with the dually hubs and no backspacing on the rims?
     
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    i got an idea... cut the rear fender so it actually has some flow instead of just a random chunk taken out... i hate that! haha other than that looks great.
     
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    Holly crap, i didnt even notice that. With the welded diff's, DRW hubs, and crap for backspacing, have fun trying to turn!
     

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