Plus, you'd have to remove all the cladding, or it would look goofy. Then you would have a TON of holes to fill.I was debating that but there will be a bunch of holes in the truck that will need to be filled up somehow.
Yeah. That's what happened to me too..Plus, you'd have to remove all the cladding, or it would look goofy. Then you would have a TON of holes to fill.
I actually prefer the look of flares on an 80, but it's hard to keep them on a wheeling truck around here. Too many trees jumping out on the trails.
Thanks. I may have to go that route if I can't put it back.GM push in fasteners from Lowe's/Depot hardware isle aotomotive bin. Ford gray paint was a pretty close match to the moonglow. A couple of the oval holes required a lit rtv to keep them from rattling around.
Heres a link with part numbers from an old rotw thread.
Well another year has gone by and not too many changes. I went back to an OEM driveshaft with original ujoints and 235k miles. Wasnt the plan; the shop was supposed to retube it with 1/4'' tube and then replace the ujoints. The technician didnt replace the joints and when I asked why he...forum.ih8mud.com
I had no idea there were that many variants.There are six different fenders.
91-92 with flares
91-92 without flares
95-97 with side moildings
95-97 without side mouldings
The basic shape is the same, the difference is the number and location of holes (or the lack thereof ).