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I just got done fabing my tube fenders for my new project. Due to wheeling several types of terain, I want to build some kind of wheel well to keep mud and debris out. Any ideas?

I thought of modifing a set of stock CJ fenders buy just cutting out the well and lengthining the back of the opening. Anyone using something that works well?

One thing that I would like to do though is make them removable. That way for rock crawling in dry climates, I can run without them. It would also help the engine temperature during the summer.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Tony
 

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I have run mine in 3' of mud, and never had it get on the motor. Just a bit on the firewall. I would not waste my time. But if you had to, I would just use some truck mud flap material and hang it off the inside bar of the fender.
 

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Hey Keith. I remember a year or two ago you told me you got your fenders at Pep Boys???? Were you just bullshittin me or were you serious? Got a Part number if so? :beer:
 

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Al sheet works great for such things. Easy to work with. You can attach it with either just self taping screws, or make a couple tabs and use bolts, or bling bling Dzus fasteners.
 

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Where do you get Al sheet? What is it?
 

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Douh, Al=aluminum. I got it, Sorry.
 
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