Re: 2000 offset fender in reply to soundguy, 01-19-2013 11:20:32
THANK YOU!!! I think after seeing yours I can build one knowing where to cut the bottom with my plasma cutter. The support on the back looks like its the same width at top and bottom. Could you measure it for width and height so I can get it as close to factory as possible.Or does it look like they just cut the bottom off the regular fender or is it a fender skin with a custom built support welded on the back?
Re: 2000 offset fender in reply to soundguy, 01-19-2013 12:27:51
Thats what I thought. If it would be possible to get the measurments of it. I could have my local machine shop bend me one and just weld to a fender skin.I think thats the only way I'm going to get a left fender.
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