I'll have a cutoff wheel you can use but you may still need the hammer for the wheel wells. It does look good, anxious to see how it does.@TeddyBoy Didnt want to muck up the Moab thread with chit chat but I'm working with a fair bit of head scratching thrown in. It's been a trial of errors so far including running out of mig gas Sunday and then wire tonight. I've been burning up the visa with a few new additions that keep popping up due to too many things wanting to occupy the same spot.
Regardless, there will at least be a drivers seat in for AOP. We'll see about these but it looks like I might need to bring a hammer.
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And you wonder why I'd want to watch your thread... Killer links man, thanks!@Pacer My OEM fenders were toast as well. I replaced them with these: Fender - Auto Parts Warehouse Edit: I may have gotten them from here: 1981 Toyota Pick Up Replacement Fenders & Components – CARiD.com as the prices in original link were much higher than I remember paying.
Good fit with provisions for all of the emblems, and they come primed ready for paint.
got damn!!!! that's nasty lookin, and in the calf too. Mine wasn't anything near that but it put the fear of Jesus in me. them cut off wheels are dangerous
No guard, damn thing always seems to get in the way. It probably would've saved me the $250 ER visit though.only 4, you got gypped! Should've just super glued it shut and kept working...
curious though, you remove the guard on the grinder or still have it on? Not that it makes a big difference at this point.