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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ntaj*ep, Dec 16, 2004.
looks good...were they chopped and grafted or re-rolled into shape?
it would appear so, very nice job to whoever did it.
Nice looking truck!!
I like your truck! Whoever did the fenders has a lot of talent!....I need to get some of that diamond plate stuff for my trucks--sheet metal doesnt last long here--do you have a barrier between the aluminum and the steel like tarpaper or something to prevent electrolisis??--I had to put some under the plate I used in my stepside's bed,and the bed rail protectors on my 79 C10...I kinda wish GM had made the K5's and pickups out of aluminum like the "P" series step vans--I bet there'd be a lot more of them left than there is now!...
I would like to take credit for the rig but it is not mine. Just a guy I met about a year ago at a local truck show, he had about a 4" lift with I recall 39.5s the work was absoultly awesome. You can't see it but the inner fenders were all re worked as well, great K5. I think he said two to three fenders for each corner were used.
wow! that looks OEM. wow....
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