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Cutting out fenders and hood

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mudcrwsr



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Registered: May 2012
Location: Wilmington
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Th HiLIne kit allowed me to replace the stock fenders/ front panels with an extra 4" of clearance. I ended up cutting 4" off each side of the and had to relocate the battery , evo system, and loose the windshield washer bottle to make room. Also had to relocate the air filter. I cut a ton out of the tubs so the motor actually gets a lot of air flow just from being exposed on the sides.
Date: Sat June 1, 2013 Views: 844 Filesize: 25.5kb Dimensions: 500 x 299
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