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Old 02-19-2010, 01:16 PM
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Lime Fires on full fendered

Wanting to put Sanderson Lime Fires on my full fendered 28 Tudor 350. what kind of clearance will there be to the fenders and will running the exhaust branch through the running board shields cause heat damage to the paint at the penetration point. Has anyone done this type of build? Sanderson says they won't fit, but I've seen photos of full fendered fords running them. Photos would be great!

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these measurements might answer your question

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Have the dimensions, but was looking for a little more practical installation help.
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