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#1451557 Fri May 13 2022 04:00 PM
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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.

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 [northerntool.com]


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FAST55 #1451661 Sat May 14 2022 08:24 PM
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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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