Originally Posted by GFox
Notching wouldn't be tough, I don't think. Making the cuts look factory might be a little time consuming though. If you were really dedicated you could roll the edges and really make it look good. But why bother, it's a Jeep! It would be cool if someone who had already done this had a template available for download. But then again it would vary depending on whether or not the Jeep was lifted and what size lift.
Set fender in place, mark, trim, and repeat. Once it fits well, make the cut-outs "pretty". Add a fresh coat of paint at the cut areas and to the shock towers (they get scratched) and you're ready to install. Mine took less than an hour per side. They could have both been done well enough to fit in 15 minutes (mine look factory).
"Among the many misdeeds of British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest." - Mohandas Gandhi, an Autobiography, page 446