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Jim Yadon

03-26-2013 09:01:37




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Original vas fender, Cut down vac fenders




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1031D

03-26-2013 14:50:22




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 Re: fenders in reply to Jim Yadon, 03-26-2013 09:01:37  
Thanks for the pictures! I'm putting a VAS together right now. Will be helpful as mine are rotten too.



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Jim Yadon

03-26-2013 11:14:54




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 Re: fenders in reply to Jim Yadon, 03-26-2013 09:01:37  
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oops the photos didn't work. I have done several VAS fenders using VAC fenders. I cut them at an angle matching the originals a left and right and the cross leaning forward. Then I have to cut the ribs on the back of the VAC fender to fit over the foot plate that has an upright flange. Then I have to trim the rolled edge to fit the foot plate inside the fender so it will bolt up tight to the flange. Hope this helps

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Jim Yadon

03-26-2013 11:17:34




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 Re: fenders in reply to Jim Yadon, 03-26-2013 11:14:54  
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I thought I better and another photo to show the angle



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