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Fender Trimming

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hardcore_rob, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. hardcore_rob

    hardcore_rob 1/2 ton status

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    Would this be enough? I only have minor rubbing on the side that shows to be trimmed.

    I worked this up in photoshop before actually trim mming anything. Small trim but will this look ok?

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    After:
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    Any comments? Suggestions? Tips?
     
  2. zakk

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    I'd cut a bit more....
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  3. JohnnyFresno

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    I'd trim the front of the fender a bit looks like you will be rubbing there mostly.
     
  4. hardcore_rob

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    I'd trim the front of the fender a bit looks like you will be rubbing there mostly.

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    from the picture i would agree, but i think its just the angle i have the wheels turned and the pic was taken from, i could not get the tires to rub at all on the front... if it ever does i will definately trim it up.
     
  5. zakk

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    when you stuff, you will rub
     

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