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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by broc944, Mar 24, 2006.

  1. broc944

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    So the one or two minor mods I wanted to do has escalated, I now am going to start cutting on my perfectly good Sub. I want to get some sort of "data base" of fender trimming photos, so I can see what others have done. I have a good collection already, but hoping more can get added, not only for myself but for others that want the same info. So post up if you please.
     
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    Seems like all those are the pics I already have from previous searches I have done. Would like some new material to work with.
     
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    that's 36"x12.50" on a 4" lift and then I cut the inner lip off the front fangs.



    here it is at full stuff
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    Keep them coming, need more idea's.:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
     
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    Throttle Boss, what type of top is that?
     
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    Here ya go

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    Yay pick whoreing

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    I like the front, would you happen to have any more pics?:bow:
     
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    here are some of mine 44" boggers 6" of lift i did what my friend said measure from top of leaf spring to bump stop, then make sure you take a string same length as what you measure and wrap it to a lug on tire , and kind of use it as a compass what we did was we measure from top of tire , then took the sting that went where we measure with wheel off and wrapped it around a stud then used the stud as the center and arched it almost perfect line on both sides. i need to get more grinder disc's for cutting , but i only got one wheel done so far. i still need ideas for the rear some buddys and i thought of dovetailing it but not quiet shure yet here are my current pics .

    yeah i have also almost considered doing a 3" body lift to just to get a lil more

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    here is more

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    did you move your axles forward or back?
     
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    Have not moved them yet, but the front is going to get moved forward, not sure about the back but most likely it will get moved back some. I really like how you did your front, what size tires are those? Currently I have 37's, my next set is going to 38's possibly 39.5's. What are you using for a bead on the cut? How exactly did you measure or get such a clean looking cut on yours.
     
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    Front diff is moved 1 1/4" forward, rear was moved 1/2" back after a shackle flip to keep the tires centered in the wheelwell when stuffed.

    Rene
     
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    6" and 38's

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