fender n apron decision (1 Viewer)

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I have a '72 FJ40 that I think I will get to work on here in the next couple of months. Problem is that passenger side front fender n apron are toast (crushed downward fender). I'm fairly concerned the front clip is somewhat tweaked, but afterall it is a trail project.
I'm thinking about trying to find / buy the apron & maybe delete the fenders all together?
opinions?






Stacey
 

Bossman

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Other than the fender/apron that looks like a clean truck. For a real trail beast I would omit the front fenders and keep the truck low with lots of room for flex. That said, I think that truck is too nice to chop up. I could prolly find you an fender and apron if ya want.
 
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At the moment I'm not completely sure what direction this going.
1st is to improve the run, drive n stop factors. Been considering trail truck, but have 11 year old who might want to drive it to school. Again first things first.
 

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At the moment I'm not completely sure what direction this going.
1st is to improve the run, drive n stop factors. Been considering trail truck, but have 11 year old who might want to drive it to school. Again first things first.

Fix it up for the youngin' - no doubt. Let me see if i can find you some parts....
 
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I have a set of fenders if wannabecruisen can not locate any. They are not perfect and they are off of a 1977. can send pics if you want to see them.
 

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