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Old 09-06-2007
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fiberglass fenders

Hey i was wondering whats the who makes the smallest flair in a fiberglass fender i dont want a large gap, i only want to make a little extra room for my 35's, now i see alot of 5 inch rise and 3 inch flair does anyone make like a 3inch rise and 3 inch flair? and also does anyone happen to have a pic of a 01-up with a bl and fiberglass with 35's. like i said i want the smallest lift and flair fenders.
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i thought i saw a 3-3", or it was a 3-4. but i think hanneman or fiberworks had em?
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i thought i saw a 3-3", or it was a 3-4. but i think hanneman or fiberworks had em?

thats what i have sitting in the garage 3-4 hanneman (or was it glassworks?)
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yeah somthn like that
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ok i will have to take a look,

BTW int3rc3ptor you are running 35's with just a BL right? any rub problems besides the front valance?
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Fiberwerx is the only one I could find with a 3" rise and 3" flare. Glassworks, hannerman and ebay have larger ones. These pics are with the Bl and 35s before I put on the SL. There are some more on my cardomain also.

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ok i will have to take a look,

BTW int3rc3ptor you are running 35's with just a BL right? any rub problems besides the front valance?
What front valence??

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umm nah no rubbing at all really. happens here and there at extreme full flex
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I have rubbage with my front valance. It happens quite often now that i've attached it and I think I'll lift it before I remove/trim my valance.
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But with the valence removed it was pretty manageable unless Andy's fat *** was in my truck.
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I'm not runnin' 35's, but so far I haven't noticed any rubbing with the front, the back though.. that's a different story all together. Then again, I've got a Superlift, not just a body lift.
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