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fender cutting

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MUD JUNKIE, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. MUD JUNKIE

    MUD JUNKIE 1/2 ton status

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    whats the best way to cut out the front finders on a 79' pickup? cutoff wheel,sawzall,plazma cutter? and how can you cut the fronts theres not much metal to cut back.its got a 4"+3" and want 39"s or 40"s
     
  2. zakk

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    i am running 39.5's on a 6" lift.

    see links below to see what was done and how-to.
     
  3. Pure Insanity

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    Theres more there to take off than you think there is. Take a look at my pics and look at the parts truck pics. The fronts are about maxxed out. They could be cut back more but not much.
     
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    I'm runnin 11(8+3) inches with 39" Boggers and still need to do some trimmin. Not sure how I'm going to do it either, Keep us posted on what u do.
     
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    I used a sawsall. 6" lift with 39.5's. Check out my link for pics.
     
  7. MUD JUNKIE

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    so use a air saw? or a sawzall? looks like theres alot more too cut out then i thought,thanks for the pics guys.my 39.5 tsl's will fit!!!or i'll make them fit.i want to keep a low center of gavity,and not have to lengthen the driveshafts,its a money situation /forums/images/icons/mad.gif
     

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