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Old 05-15-2007
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Fiberglass Guys!

Been looking at glass for the front fenders and bed sides. I was wanting to know what the best fitting/looking/durable glass was.

I am thinking of Glassworks But I am not sure what bulge/rise to go with. Also i would have a dixon Bros LT kit to go along with it
http://www.glassworksunlimited.com/s...ction=0&page=2

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and for the rear

I have no idea
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I am in the process of doing fiberglass. I went with Fiberwerx for the fenders and bedsides, Glassworks unlimited for the hood. I went fiberwerx 3" bulge because I still have stock suspension. If you are getting the DBR look for at least 4.5" bulge front and back.

I ordered the hood from Glassworks 6 weeks ago and still nothing. Every week they have another excuse. I would order through a dealer rather than direct. They have no clue how to ship, just make the product.

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Front I am going 6inch flare 4 inch rise. I heard anything less with the DBR you will hit your fenders.

for the rear I am going with this 4.5" Flare, 3" Rise. I like the look I belive the pic of this truck is the same setup I want.
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That sounds right on for the front. If you are planning on putting on a wider rear axle may want to go with a 5.5" bedside.
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That sounds right on for the front. If you are planning on putting on a wider rear axle may want to go with a 5.5" bedside.
I don't plan on it. Only time I would is if I somehow bent the axle in 2 or snapped if in half. Which then I would prally need new bedsides anyways lol
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