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I really like your front bumper as well. You do eggselent work any though on tying the fenders into the bumper?
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Probably not the flat fenders you were looking for but they are flat. This was a Jeep I built many years ago while still in college. Things have changed a lot since then.
For those looking for a simple way to build flat fenders at home this might be of help. Blue Torch FabWorks, Inc. Please direct your questions about this part to the Blue Torch Fab staff. I sold the company last year. From what I understand they are vendors here on the board.
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I just welded some up on Saturday, although I haven't gotten any pics yet, I will snap some tonight. I just painted them (and the whole Heep) on Sunday. They still have a lot of welds to be cleaned up, but I plan on re-painting the fenders when I take them off to hi line the front in a week or two.
Do any of you guys have the front part of the fender that gets cut off when doing a flat fender conversion you'd like to sell? The previous owner started to flat fender my jeep and i just need the nose portion to weld back on.