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53Cowboy #1126977 Wed Sep 30 2015 12:47 AM
Joined: Aug 2012
Posts: 338
Shop Shark
This is then losest I have gotten it...drivers side....considering this is a driver...I am good with it for now

Last edited by 53Cowboy; Wed Sep 30 2015 12:49 AM.
53Cowboy #1126979 Wed Sep 30 2015 01:05 AM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 228
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Nice looking truck. Really like your wheels, they look better on your truck than mine!

53Cowboy #1127005 Wed Sep 30 2015 02:26 AM
Joined: Mar 2010
Posts: 10,720
Renaissance Man
From what I can see from your picture, you are getting close.
The right fender appears to be a bit inboard of where it needs to be.
The only reason I am bothering to mention it, is it may cause damage to the hood and the fender if, while closing the hood, the two hood hinges don't operate in unison (as they tend to do over time), and cause a cock-eyed closure, and cause metal-to-metal contact.
The way I make this adjustment, is to install one of the two bolts which goes through the top of the radiator support ear. I tighten the inboard bolt enough to keep the fender in place, but just loose enough to allow movement. I then use a long tapered punch in the open, outboard hole and muscle the fender outward a bit, then tighten the inboard nut.

Last edited by 52Carl; Wed Sep 30 2015 02:26 AM.
53Cowboy #1127013 Wed Sep 30 2015 02:38 AM
Joined: Jan 2002
Posts: 2,405
To do this does the grill need to be removed? Thank you

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