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will these fit stock setup?

i tried to search and couldnt find anything. hehe

do you think these will fit my car stock?

im really torn on my decision.


















lol sorry had to do it
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MINOR MINOR fender triming and maybe some coil spacers will do the trick i think!!!!
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lol, how big are those and what are you planning?
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lol, how big are those and what are you planning?

im upgrading and lifting my lawn mower. dang mole holes are getting big these days.
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yep almost lost evans truck in one last time stupid holes...
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MINOR MINOR fender triming and maybe some coil spacers will do the trick i think!!!!

so i shouldnt need to use the torch?
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so i shouldnt need to use the torch?
naw just a just the BFH and pair of tin snips really simple takes about 5 min a fender


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sweet. i cant wait to get home and try it.
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Ya are those 15" wheels though? i think they are. you might want to swap them with a set of rocks maybe down the road. and get them color matched or painted pink that would be hot...
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ive got some mickey thompson classic IIs 15x12s, that are getting powder coated neon green today.

can someone photoshop this for me?

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that would be hot really i think. but 15x12 you should have told me in the first place now you will need a plasma cutter go barrow one from kiss...
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are you sure? i think a BFH will do the trick. i only need a couple inches
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are you sure? i think a BFH will do the trick. i only need a couple inches
this might require a HBFH if that doesnt work get the front end loader and smash it into the fender a few times. OR really make it interesting drill a hole in the fender atach a bolt nuts and huge washers to the fender attach that to the tow strap to your truck and put in drive BAM custom flared fenders!!??!?! what you think?
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so i shouldnt need to use the torch?
Naw, just get one of these from Eastwood, pick up a couple of six-packs and start rolling.

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Naw, just get one of these from Eastwood, pick up a couple of six-packs and start rolling.

I MIGHT be stuck on that step for a couple days though Bob this job looks like it might take a while!!! mmm beeer...
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both of those are great ideas! keep them coming.


heck if i roll the fenders with that machine. and pull them out like zach suggested i think it might be possible
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I'll bring the beer and get drunk off my **** and you do all the work that sound like a plan?!?!
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sounds like a plan. only trouble is i think i will need some help with the bolt pattern.

the wheels i ordered where wrong.

think it would be ok too cut all the studs off but one? or maybe i can re machine the wheels ?
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sounds like a plan. only trouble is i think i will need some help with the bolt pattern.

the wheels i ordered where wrong.

think it would be ok too cut all the studs off but one? or maybe i can re machine the wheels ?
I got an idea perfect. we will just Drill extra wholes in the wheels!!! they dont have to be hub sentric to work you just might get a little vibration.

I will leave tonight and i will being my hammer and my Mini Kegs also!!!
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sounds liek a great idea.

are you sure that hammer is big enough?

ill let you do the drinking as we will need someone to do the work.
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sounds liek a great idea.

are you sure that hammer is big enough?

ill let you do the drinking as we will need someone to do the work.
ya that hammer might be big enough i might have to barrow a bigger one.

my and Josh will probly be doing all the drinking you better warn you sister we might hit on her when we are drunk opps.. lol...


go to all the stores in fort wayne and columbia city and try to find a 80000 pound tow strap should do the trick
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ah i was just gonna use a piece of string.


and my sister wont be there so nothing to worry about
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ah i was just gonna use a piece of string.


and my sister wont be there so nothing to worry about
WHAT forget that i aint coming!!!!! your on your own!
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thanks alot ******.

josh might bring so ladies over

still in?
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thanks alot ******.

josh might bring so ladies over

still in?
ya if i have too try to get your sister there dang it!!!


btw go to the junk yard and get some Rockwell axles for that crazy car we will make it nutz should only take a few hours
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