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Old 08-26-2007, 04:36 PM   #9
67_C-30
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Re: 67 C-30 Dually pickup build.

I started on the dually humps today, and have some pics. I mocked the stepside fenders up on Chlorine buckets and marked them with a 3" piece of steel with a hole drilled for a pencil. After I got them marked, I cut them with a cutoff wheel. It went much easier than I thought it would. I only did the passenger side. I want to complete it before moving on to the left, because I have better pass side fender that I am going to use in case I mess up!

I never realized the stepside fenders taper down in the rear like the body line on the fleetsides do. This fender really does look as if it were made to go on a fleetside.
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