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Old 05-25-2013, 12:57 AM   #41
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wasnt this a great thread about first gen fenders? not these ugly 2nd gen?
Was thinking the same thing
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Old 05-25-2013, 01:38 AM   #42
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Anyways back to pics of 1st gens..I know you know I have these Adam..but figure can't hurt.

Fiberwerx 4.5". Ordered from SDHQ offroad. Had em 5 days later. Fit great. However due to my BS of my wheels they hit the par that is right in front if the doors so I trimmed them. Sadly I didn't trim the drivers one enough I guess and the lower mounts ripped off. Just zip tied it and it's fine now..but figure that important info.

The fenders otherwise tho I think work great. Look awesome as well. Very happy with them.



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Old 05-25-2013, 06:14 AM   #43
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Thanks for posting Monte. This thread isn't just for me, but anyone looking trying to get info on a range of fiberglass options for their *1ST GEN.*
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I have Hannemann glass fenders on mine. It's in the shop getting painted right now, should be done Friday. I'll post some pics if anyone is looking, I know I coulda used more pics from people when I was in the market. Above all, Hannemann's customer service is excellent! And I called McNeill, fiberworx, and glassworks also! All3 terrible service!
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Hoping to not step on any toes here.

If anyone has any issues, comments, concerns, etc with Fiberwerx, please direct them to me. My name is Travis, my email is travis@fiberwerx.com

We strive to have the best quality fiberglass out there, along with great customer service. If you guys dont get that, I'm not doing my job! We have also implemented new standards for our fiberglass. Our older glass did not come with cloth. Everything that goes through our door now has a layer of hand laid cloth as the inner surface.
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Hoping to not step on any toes here.

If anyone has any issues, comments, concerns, etc with Fiberwerx, please direct them to me. My name is Travis, my email is travis@fiberwerx.com

We strive to have the best quality fiberglass out there, along with great customer service. If you guys dont get that, I'm not doing my job! We have also implemented new standards for our fiberglass. Our older glass did not come with cloth. Everything that goes through our door now has a layer of hand laid cloth as the inner surface.
Hey Travis I hit you up the other day on IG gonna need some bedsides soon. Shoot over to my build thread if you can help me out. Also are you guys gonna be at the swapmeet in September?
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Hey Travis I hit you up the other day on IG gonna need some bedsides soon. Shoot over to my build thread if you can help me out. Also are you guys gonna be at the swapmeet in September?
Just let me know when you're ready!

No solid plans on the swap meet right now, if we do go we will be blowing out some real old stuff.
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Just let me know when you're ready!

No solid plans on the swap meet right now, if we do go we will be blowing out some real old stuff.
It's gonna be after huckfest for sure.

Yeah like every time we go to the fiberwerx booth at the swapmeet. "So what kind of glass is this?" ummmmm some company we bought out
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Old 08-15-2013, 08:32 PM   #49
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Anybody have any more pics of the any 3.5 fenders. Im also looking at getting some but I'm not a big fan of wide fenders. I like my tires to stick out a little
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glassworks 3.5.. on the truck when i bought it, i like them but not sure if i would bother with glass for the wheeling i do..im sure these will get destroyed eventually
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Old 12-03-2013, 10:50 PM   #51
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looking for bedsides wider than 4.5, liking the Fiberwerxs but looking for pics of them installed to make a better choice. pics from those runniung them,
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:56 PM   #52
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these are McNeill 6 inch bedsides.

Their website apparently has their old ones. Im goimg woth those.


Oh and here are my mcneil front glass
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i have fiberwerx 4.5 flare, honestly the quality is great.
Bought them at the curt leduc swap meet in september and honestly the guys there at the fiberwerx tent were really nice they ended up selling me my glass for 190.
corner lights dont fit the best just as ive seen with alot of glass companies.
ill post some pictures later
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do all 1st gen front glass have a tab connecting between the headlight and marker lights? My Hannemanns do but I noticed other don't seem too. The reason I ask is because it didn't fit perfect and eventually broke off, now my headlights shake.
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Old 12-22-2013, 12:25 AM   #55
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do all 1st gen front glass have a tab connecting between the headlight and marker lights? My Hannemanns do but I noticed other don't seem too. The reason I ask is because it didn't fit perfect and eventually broke off, now my headlights shake.
With my glass all my headlights are held in by silicone
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