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04-05-2011 05:20 PM
Pupsvette76 i think im gonna try lift shackles to bring the rear end up a little bit
04-05-2011 03:39 PM
ericnova72 Haven't seen anything like that since the 70's Can Am fender flare craze died off(good riddence).

This is typically a make your own fabrication job today. A lot of tough to do work to make it look good.

Not the smart way to go if you ask me, get the right offset wheel and/or mini tub the inner wheel housing.
04-05-2011 11:47 AM
widen quarter panels

does anyone know if there are a set of flared quarters for a 71 nova i dont wanna tub the inner wells but i think i may have a slight clearance issue when the suspension bottoms out between the tire and the quarter

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