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Trimming with Hanneman Fenders?

Does anyone know if there will need to be any fender trimming with 35s and Hanneman fenders?
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Does anyone know if there will need to be any fender trimming with 35s and Hanneman fenders?
Should be fine, but they don't fit nicely. You'll have to clean them up quite a bit to make them look decent. Also if you are not Titan swapped, the 35's will rub on your frame.


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Does anyone know if there will need to be any fender trimming with 35s and Hanneman fenders?
Should be fine, but they don't fit nicely. You'll have to clean them up quite a bit to make them look decent. Also if you are not Titan swapped, the 35's will rub on your frame.
I am long traveling it. I have titan spindles up front but was planning on using these BORA adapters/spacers to use the same lug pattern as the front.
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I am long traveling it. I have titan spindles up front but was planning on using these BORA adapters/spacers to use the same lug pattern as the front.
Should be fine then, the rear will need spacers as well to miss the frame upon flexing.


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I am long traveling it. I have titan spindles up front but was planning on using these BORA adapters/spacers to use the same lug pattern as the front.
Should be fine then, the rear will need spacers as well to miss the frame upon flexing.
I have 2" spacers for the rear. That should be fine?
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I have 2" spacers for the rear. That should be fine?
Yeah that'll work fine, I ran that on stock wheels and 315/75 tires for awhile. Are you getting LT from Dirt King by any chance?
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I have 2" spacers for the rear. That should be fine?
Yeah that'll work fine, I ran that on stock wheels and 315/75 tires for awhile. Are you getting LT from Dirt King by any chance?
yeah, I already have the Dirt King race kit.
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Didnt see the thread when you posted but I can say 35s are no issue with the fenders. Though with a minimum of a six inch track width increase per side these fenders will not fully cover your tires, not a huge issue unless your local officers dont care for that sort of thing. Im actually doing something similar with CJDs long travel setup.
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Didn’t see the thread when you posted but I can say 35s are no issue with the fenders. Though with a minimum of a six inch track width increase per side these fenders will not fully cover your tires, not a huge issue unless your local officers don’t care for that sort of thing. I’m actually doing something similar with CJD’s long travel setup.
Do you already have someone to do the install, shock hoops, and engine cage?
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Do you already have someone to do the install, shock hoops, and engine cage?


Im currently working at a fabrication shop locally as an apprentice so were squeezing it in, if and when I get the setup.
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