|08-23-2008 03:19 PM|
|chevy3600||Yeah I have a MII and expect I'll have to trim around the upper shock mounts.|
|08-23-2008 10:59 AM|
Yep, from what I remember there are no mods needed to the inner fenders other than if you have moved the stock steering box over.
If you have something "hanging out" like a alternator or something, you simply tuck it in on a different mount.
Have you changed something else along with your motor like the front suspension?
|08-22-2008 02:04 AM|
I had a 51 AD with a small block in it about 20 years ago. I don't remember any modifications to the inner fenders.
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|08-21-2008 05:26 PM|
I can't remember what the inners look like for that but I think they are some what flat.
Card board will work.
Post a picture please & I can better guessstimateifcation.
|08-20-2008 06:46 PM|
Trying to mock-up my front sheetmetal to my 51 Chevy truck???
I knew there would be some fabricating to be done when I started replacing fenders but with all my pictures I'm still stumped.
You guys with a Chevy AD truck and SBC 350, how did you fit your inner fenders to fit around all that new stuff you have?
Remember a picture is worth a thousand words.