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Old October 28th, 2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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I'm probaly going to step up to 36-37" tires this winter as I swap in new engine, trans, and dual cases. My left fender is crushed and I'll want a little extra clearance with the new rubber.

Does anyone make aftermarket toyota front fenders? I've searched a bit and haven't come across any yet. I'm sure I can get them fabbed up, but if there is a kit I can order it may work better for me.
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I know there are several places that sell fiberglass ones. Not sure if you want them though.

If you don't want them, try here. They are out of Washington MI.

http://store.shermanparts.com/cgi-bi...l?img_num=8103
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fiberglass=the suck. I know I'll ruin those in no time flat. That link to the parts place is cool! I didn't realize stock replacements were so cheap. I may just buy a new one and attempt to protect it better.
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My buddy used to get a lot of body parts from them. Easy to deal with I guess.
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Those glass fenders would get crushed too fast for me.
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The hardest part about owning and wheeling a Mini truck is the sheetmetal. I tried very very hard to keep my truggy decent looking, but failed.

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Those glass fenders would get crushed too fast for me.

I bought a set to make a molds form. I have just ordered all the stuff I need to fab up my own carbin-fiber fenders for my rig. which will not stop me from busting the hell out of them. but I can repair them with ease, and when I know that we are going wheeling in some thick shit. I can take them off and run BARE
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