nice work! first iv seen of the kind...
285/75R16s. Thanks for the compliment.stevet47 said:I did not expect it to turn out that well. kudos to you being the first. By the way, what tire size are you running?
Running the trim all the way to the bottom of the fender, behind the tire, would be a little tricky because of the way the inner fender wraps around and screws to the fender in several spots. You could probably do it but I didn't want to mess with it. I do plan to run the truck bed coating the entire length of the fender, so hopefully it looks a little more stock and that trim end line won't stick out as much. Should have pictures posted in a little bit.Magic Rat said:Dang fine job. :cheers:
From the pictures, it looks totally stock.
Maybe the only thing I would do is run that trim the full length of the wheel well, and do the rear wells for a custom stock look.
And if you can find out more on the trim, I would appreciate it.
That would be cool if you could do it. I think that you might run into problems if you cut up as high as I did. I was originally planning to take a heat gun to the inner fender and re-mold it up and out of the way, but there wasn't enough plastic there to do it (it would need to stretch a lot).usmc xterra said:It looks really good. If I ever try that, I'll remove the inner fender well, then cut the fender about 3/4 in over what I want and bend it back with a lip like the factory, Then bring the inner fender to the lip, secure it with the plastic panel zips and then cut that so it comes out past the edge a bit.
It certainly blends in a lot better with the bumper. Nice! Hey! And I could fit chains on!
Thanks. It was a little bit. Although, I had already cut into my fenders a long time ago. I had to trim the fender back, just behind the tires, so that I could steer all the way from full-lock left to full-lock right. I like these wheels, but I have had to cut A LOT of sheet metal because of them (the adapters are also to blame).BioMan said:Looking good. I bet that first cut was pretty intimidating.
Thanks, I appreciate it.lifeinthesouth said:Great lookin' work Oregon... it's been said but kudos again! Wow, it really looks good.