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Old 01-09-2008, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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tube fender question

I'm almost done welding up the metal-tech tube fenders and am getting ready to trim the aprons. question I have is I've got the aprons with side marker lights. So I can retain these by chopping then cutting or should I just scrap that and pick up a pair of regular aprons to cut? ( mounted the fenders with 3 in of spacing from top hood line) Make sense?
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i should have some aprons for you if you decide to go that route dan.
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Flight surgeon to apron surgeon, cool morph!
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Dr. Dan, you should know that the scars from the field stitching on Chastity's leg are barely noticable.
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Good to hear. I really had her going....I don't know if she believed that I was a real doctor or not Glad to hear she healed up well. The Leatherman was a first for me.
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As you can see the big freaking hole in the middle is for the side marker light. In order to use this apron it seems like I'll need to patch and fill or chop and cut. It may be easier to just start with a new apron and only worry about trimming the bottom to fit.


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