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post #1 of 2 Old 11-26-2015, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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Bracket for Turn Signals

So I want to attach OEM turnsignals and side marker lights to a tube fender. What do I need to do to fabricate a sheet metal braket that follows the curve of the tube fender? Is this difficult without a metal bender? Should I get a machine shop to make it?

Oh, man. Don't hit me with those negative waves so early in the morning.
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post #2 of 2 Old 12-03-2015, 12:10 PM
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Not sure why you would want to go with the large of lights. Would probably be easier to make a small one for an LED on the side and take the OEM front and mount to grill or do the JK front marker swap.
You may want to look at Jerry Bransfords' write up on the MCE Flat fenders or his one on the Poison Spyder ( I think those are the ones he swapped to on his new TJ) fenders and see how he did his side markers.

But I would try to use a piece of sheet metal and form it by hand with a vice or pipe to get the bend right

My idea of help from the man above is a sniper on the roof.
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