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#1451557 Fri May 13 2022 04:00 PM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 54
FAST55 Offline OP
Looking for a left front fender for a 36 gmc. It has the spare tire "well" in it. fender doesn't need to be perfect as I only need the tire "well" so I can repair mine which is rotted out.

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FAST55 #1451625 Sat May 14 2022 12:54 PM
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You might consider using a trailer or motorcycle style fender. Available a Northern Tools. here []


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FAST55 #1451661 Sat May 14 2022 08:24 PM
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FAST55 Offline OP
Thanks for the reply, but the 36 fender is more rounded, been trying to hammer one out but have had no luck so far. must be doing something wrong smile

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FAST55 #1458879 Fri Jul 15 2022 09:35 PM
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Found a body guy that can fix the fender for a reasonable price,

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