Ask The Expert- Inner fenders with Falcon 3.3 shocks

Pthorpe84

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#2
With most custom styled shocks you will need to do some trimming to make them fin just right. I am not aware of any inner fender that will accommodate a “Piggyback” style shock with out some minor trimming. A Dremel should serve you well on that project
 
#3
JCR i think has come out with a set but Pthorpe84 stated a dremel would be the way to go so you can get the style you want and then just trim where needed
 
#8
Nice. I have a pair of DV8 inner fenders. I love the look, but they were squeaking/rattling like CRAZY! Had to pull them. Went with the Evo mini-liners. The Dv8s are just sitting in the garage now. Gotta get some rattle dampening foam or something.


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Pthorpe84

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Nice. I have a pair of DV8 inner fenders. I love the look, but they were squeaking/rattling like CRAZY! Had to pull them. Went with the Evo mini-liners. The Dv8s are just sitting in the garage now. Gotta get some rattle dampening foam or something.


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Or you could sell them for super cheap[emoji16]


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#10
Or you could sell them for super cheap[emoji16]


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Idk about super cheap. The original pair I had were defective so a new pair was sent out. These have never been installed, but could be bought for the right price.
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Pthorpe84

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Idk about super cheap. The original pair I had were defective so a new pair was sent out. These have never been installed, but could be bought for the right price.
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So what was defective with the originals?


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