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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-02-2003, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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Fender cutting

O.k. whats the ruling on cutting the fenders square for the street..is it legal or are they gonna give me a hard time.
I'm in connecticut and they don't seem to have the inspection anymore..just emissions. What you guys think?
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Re: Fender cutting

Do you mean flat-fender? If so, I believe it is legal in my state.....Virginia.

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if you are doing it to fit bigger tires, do this. You will keep your inner fenders and it wont stand out to the cops. You can gain about 2" which will allow about a 3" taller tire, you can run 34's on a lift designed for 31's for example. I did it to mine and I can stuff a 35 with room to spare (hmmm... 36's) and no rubbing at all anywhere, on a lift made for 33's.
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Re: Fender cutting

Hey Zooky!

That link no worky!!!

But I do know where you can find the same article. Click below!! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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thanks, thats a better copy anyways, bigger pictures. [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Re: Fender cutting

The site you gave me does have a good example..but I like the "flat fender look" especially with the exoskeleton around it..hey but thanks for the site and the info...you too NC

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Oh yeah zooky..were you at in CT? pm me if you don't wanna spread the info
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Re: Fender cutting

I am in Windsor Locks, about 2 minutes from Bradley airport. I like the flat fender look too, I am not sure what the laws are here so I am tying to keep the changes suttle (if you can call 35's suttle!)
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Re: Fender cutting

Here's what I'm doing ...
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Re: Fender cutting

Thats what I wanted to do with my front end but when you cut the inner fender well out where the heck are you supposed to put anything? Seems like you don't have enough space as it is for stuff under the hood let alone enough to remove all that inner fender well. [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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