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Offline Eddy

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« on: 01:27:24 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
soo I got this wide body kit

lol  I'm stuck at the rear quarter panels..  

it's about 50mm wider..  
now  the original quarter panels, what should I do about them..  cut? or ?


I failed at searching no nico forums .. either that.. I didn't use the right words..  overfenders?

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« Reply #1 on: 01:28:10 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
wait.. what? for what car?
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« Reply #2 on: 01:36:46 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
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wait.. what? for what car?


+1

im intrigued
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« Reply #3 on: 04:26:52 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
^^
+1 I too am intrigued.
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« Reply #4 on: 06:52:02 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
also intrigued
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« Reply #5 on: 07:02:04 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
GP Fenders. For our cars. I am pretty sure about that anyway.

Either way. Yes you cut it out.. Of course dont take more than you have too. You* should be able to tell what the max to cut is. When you hit the unibody you have gone to far
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« Reply #6 on: 07:41:43 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
is this too much?

taken from doug's page



or should I just cut out the lip of the wheel well..  

it sucks for me when I duno how to weld :S
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« Reply #7 on: 08:11:32 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
Not if your handy with a welder. If you have to take off so much that you can see into the chassis you need to be able to seal it shut again. You lose alot of strength cutting it up.

http://classicdatsun.com/new/ZG-flares_inst.html

You should do what is posted in that link. Unless you are running 20" rims and slamming your car.. lol
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« Reply #8 on: 08:32:57 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
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is this too much?

taken from doug's page

or should I just cut out the lip of the wheel well..  

it sucks for me when I duno how to weld :S
damn that would scare me.
to cut my car up like that.
hes at like the point of no return on pic.
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« Reply #9 on: 11:57:11 AM / 21-Feb-08 »
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hes at like the point of no return on pic.
lol.

QFT, damn....


is there a link to where they are sold? I am confused, are they universal fit?

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« Reply #10 on: 05:12:24 PM / 21-Feb-08 »
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Not if your handy with a welder. If you have to take off so much that you can see into the chassis you need to be able to seal it shut again. You lose alot of strength cutting it up.

http://classicdatsun.com/new/ZG-flares_inst.html

You should do what is posted in that link. Unless you are running 20" rims and slamming your car.. lol


nice!  thx.. I needed that.. I'll be doing that then.  
I'm going to run wider rims.. but not 20s..  I'm going to keep the correct tire radius..

I can't slam w/ scc springs

I'll post pics next week
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« Reply #11 on: 05:47:50 PM / 21-Feb-08 »
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You lose alot of strength cutting it up.



Nah.
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« Reply #12 on: 07:14:58 PM / 21-Feb-08 »
why not just mold them on so you dont ruin your car forever

or fit brackets on the inside and at worst bolt them to the rear or something
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« Reply #13 on: 08:53:07 PM / 21-Feb-08 »
yes yes, cut cut. and weld them up so it doesnt get water in the car when it rains. are these straight 'outta poland? hehehh

oh, and you need negative offsetzzz

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« Reply #14 on: 10:39:18 PM / 21-Feb-08 »
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« Reply #15 on: 06:21:58 PM / 30-Apr-18 »
Please can you tell me where you got your widebody kit from please my look for Jonesy on messenger if you know where I can get one from I'm standing next to a black Altima that's how you know me