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Old 07-22-2012, 12:51 PM   #11
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Excellent HOW-TO. Thank you for taking the time.
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Old 07-22-2012, 03:55 PM   #12
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looks really nice i like the wheels what size tire do u have?
Thanks man. 245/35r20 all around

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So the hb corner lights fit? Jus wanna.make.sure
Yessir. If you are using new or aftermarket fenders you will probably have to pop out and reuse the clips the screws thread into .
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:14 AM   #13
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Thanks this is my next project to fit my 235/45/18 in front
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:06 PM   #14
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Where did u get the 4x4 fenders, I've been looking and keep coming across the most expensive ones, is that my only option?
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:31 PM   #15
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I scored mine at a pick n pull here locally. Got the pair for $75.
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:15 AM   #16
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Where did u get the 4x4 fenders, I've been looking and keep coming across the most expensive ones, is that my only option?
Partsgeek.com. Shipping is a fortune though. Fenders only cost like 40 bucks a piece, but shipping was around 100 for the pair. I also got a radiator support, grille, and some other things, so the 100 flat rate was bearable.
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Great write up thank you. Just for my over analyzing curiosity, what year fenders fit best? Maybe many but I'd like to be sure as I cruise the junk yards. Also if I find a good 4x4 bed is this a direct fit? Any years better than others? Our project is a 1990 base.
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Bed wont matter they are all same.
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Bed wont matter they are all same.
So the wheel wells on a 4x4 bed are not different than a 4x2's?

Edit, found the thread on beds. I realize now they are the same in all ways. Thank you
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I think that all years fit, but i might be wrong. There is a pathy with 4wd fenders at pullapart.
You will need inners also from what i gather from david. I should of bought them friday when i was there.

Why do you need 4wd fenders? I thought you were fine with 17s. Now with my 18 titans i need them. You can see in my buuldup, im riding on bumps and fear if i trim bumps ill hit fenders. Do you rub on hard bumps or turning?

Oh as far as the rear get ya a scissor jack and slowly bow the rear fenders out some if you rub. First pie cut the lip then use the jack. That what im going to do with rear, my rear hit the top of the outer thread on that lip. Waiting for wife to let me work on mine again.
Fussing about im home only 2 days aweek and then im working outside on something. Ah wonders of marriage.
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