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Trimmed fenders?

Hey guys I need to trim my front fenders because of my wheels. They will rub alittle bit when one side of the truck is higher than the other. For example if I hit a speed bump with my left side on and right side off the left side will rub alittle. I need some pictures of trimmed fenders so I get a feel of how to cut it.
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trimmed fenders or just trimming the plastic valance?
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trimmed fenders or just trimming the plastic valance?
I removed my front valence and I am in the process of getting a custom front bumper. So just trimmed fenders
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just start cutting!!!!
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Dremel??
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Do you have flares?
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Do you have flares?
Yeah I got flares .
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Is that what it's rubbing on?
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Is that what it's rubbing on?
Yeah my front valence is currenty not on my truck so it's rubbing the fender flares, with the back part of the wheels. I would like to take them off but I dot know what it's going to look like under th flares, and the screw type things holding it in place look like the break when you take them off
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Just trim the flares a little bit then. It won't look bad.
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