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Old 03-12-2012, 08:20 PM   #1
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WTS: Allpro fenders (fitted)

I bought these a while back, paid $600 for them shipped. Looking for $250, will ship (not inc. ~$100), never used. New price, no holes, is $350 w/o shipping. Located in Dallas, TX. I took them off right after I realized my bumper has an upward lift on it making contact with them. Never even took them out on the road. I really want glass, but with my limited funds and limited knowledge of fiberglass I'd rather free up the space in my garage.















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Damn good deal! All you need to do is re-shape that spot to fit the bumper! They were designed to fit together!
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Old 03-12-2012, 09:11 PM   #6
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Damn good deal! All you need to do is re-shape that spot to fit the bumper! They were designed to fit together!
Aye it is a good deal But the bumper is actually the problem, not the fenders. I seem to have been my bumper putting on the light bar (or something) as it now has an upward lift
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ahhh good deal
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Aye it is a good deal But the bumper is actually the problem, not the fenders. I seem to have been my bumper putting on the light bar (or something) as it now has an upward lift
you can adjust that! loosen the 6 front bolts and remove the bottom 2, then move the bumper around around. Once, its level, tighten the bolts
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Old 03-12-2012, 09:23 PM   #9
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you can adjust that! loosen the 6 front bolts and remove the bottom 2, then move the bumper around around. Once, its level, tighten the bolts
I thought you wanted the center plate up against the frame ? I've already had to re-thread on of those bolts because I raked it putting the bumper on (It's been off many of times. It's details like this you can't find via google/search

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How they sat after a few off and ons
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mine looked like that too. I added some washers to offset it, bolted them down, and it sits level. I've even used my winch a couple of times since and it's stayed down

for the bolts that face you (3 on both sides), I put washers on the ones that toward the bottom, which fixed the angle
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mine looked like that too. I added some washers to offset it, bolted them down, and it sits level. I've even used my winch a couple of times since and it's stayed down

for the bolts that face you (3 on both sides), I put washers on the ones that toward the bottom, which fixed the angle
I was mostly worried about the washers doing /|\ << that. If it's not too much trouble, can I ask for pics of the washers?
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hmm thats odd, here's mine, same set up you have...

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I was mostly worried about the washers doing /|\ << that. If it's not too much trouble, can I ask for pics of the washers?
Ahh I actually don't have pics. But IIRC, I had maybe 4-5 on the lower one, maybe 3 on the middle one (that's actually on the opposite side of that mount, but vertically, its a tad higher than the lowest one), then 1-2 on the top one (per side). So there's washers on every bolt.
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How they sat after a few off and ons
Same set up here luckily mine fit decently. GLWS!
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Very interested. Just want to make certain; both fenders are $350.00 includes shipping, correct?
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hmm thats odd, here's mine, same set up you have...

This just made me very sad. I have no idea why mine does this Do you you have washers on yours?
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Very interested. Just want to make certain; both fenders are $350.00 includes shipping, correct?
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Shipping costs are estimated, it's $250 + shipping costs to the buyer. I have a sale pending so if that falls through I'll let you know.
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This just made me very sad. I have no idea why mine does this Do you you have washers on yours?
No no washers, honestly play around with yours before you sell them, they aren't being made anymore and I bet you can get them to line up better!
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No no washers, honestly play around with yours before you sell them, they aren't being made anymore and I bet you can get them to line up better!
They are still being made, but you get them from here but it's $350 before shipping.
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