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    Quote Originally Posted by RustRat View Post
    Can someone please identify these overfenders?
    Autokonexion GT Fender Flares. Very attractive IMO

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    Would 110% do these in a track-only car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrayleather View Post



    Love the black fender welting. I'm going to do that on my car when I get around to painting my flares.
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    Anyone have advice on a good no-weld method of sealing up the rear fenders after cutting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhammer View Post
    Anyone have advice on a good no-weld method of sealing up the rear fenders after cutting?
    Ive been told panel bond by my local welder buddy. asked him about welded my rear fender skins together and he mentioned just using panel bond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul B View Post
    Ive been told panel bond by my local welder buddy. asked him about welded my rear fender skins together and he mentioned just using panel bond.
    Cool. I have a fair amount left from installing my new bumper.
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    RISE OLD THREAD!

    It is about time to paint my NA again, and I think it might be time to put some flares on it since it spends more time on track than on the road. More meat under there is always nice.

    I'm leaning toward the Jet Stream flares but I'm a little hung up because the listing on REV9 says it only adds 6mm per side but they sure look like more than that with internet/eyeball measurements. I'm hoping someone has installed a set and could give me a better idea of how much room they do or don't add.

    https://rev9autosport.com/jet-stream-fender-flares.html

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    Well... 6mm was probably right. They came in. They add no additional width over my rolled and pulled stock fenders. That's disappointing. (Please excuse the skinnies)








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