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Originally Posted by bigsquat
If he finds the yj section im putting round headlights on mine.
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sorry it took so long to reply...i was referring to your fender flares. i think i wanna try to do that. but i stumped on what to use to cut it because i want a really smooth professional looking cut
I would recommend a grinder with a metal cut off wheel. Might sound odd but it cuts very well and is easy to control. I have some experience with cutting plastic and have tried/ used everything I could think of. Also use the grinder to smooth out the edge after you cut it (side of cut off or fine flapper), with not much work it will look factory (use tape to get all your lines right). And don’t be afraid to throw down some nice new paint. Good luck! PM me some pictures after you cut them.
PS- try cutting a practice cut on the forward portion of the flare that is all waste anyway.
Thanks for all the support!
I need to add a cross member or something for the body mounts under the bed of the LJ tub. And also beef up the upper rear track bar mount. Then, I get to start welding up the sheet metal! I am pumped; it will start looking like a jeep again (to the untrained eye).
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