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    37s are on their way!

    With the EVO Enforcer kit you can run either taller bump stops or flat fenders to fit 37s. I chose the latter.

    I was able to get the rears installed tonight. Big thanks to Chris (2012jkfng702) for helping me cut these while in Vegas and to Ricky (notajerryskid) for the hookup on the spare set of fenders.

    Crappy cell pics from my garage.

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    On to the fronts...maybe Wednesday.

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    Sweet. I didn't know you had already cut the fenders.

    Edit: you gonna need to take a BFH to the pinch seam to clear the 37's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey
    Sweet. I didn't know you had already cut the fenders.
    Only the rears. I still need to cut the front ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Thanks LoPo. Did you install your EVO skins? Might need help figuring out the nutserts.
    I don't have EVO skins. Nut certs are a pain. There are special tools that make them easy, I know ORE has them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoPo

    I don't have EVO skins. Nut certs are a pain. There are special tools that make them easy, I know ORE has them.
    Yeah I have it already. I'm just still a little uneasy drilling into my less-than-one-year-old rig having never done it before. Yikes!

    You're more than welcome to come watch the chaos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG

    Yeah I have it already. I'm just still a little uneasy drilling into my less-than-one-year-old rig having never done it before. Yikes!
    I'm not. Just kidding.

    Do you need to trim your pinch seams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey

    I'm not. Just kidding.

    Do you need to trim your pinch seams?
    LOL!

    I'm sure I will.

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    so much for not doing anything that is permanent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notajerryskid
    so much for not doing anything that is permanent
    Yeah, that ship sailed a while ago. Funny how that happens. LOL!

    "I'll probably just get a leveling kit and MAYBE 33"s when the factory ones wear out." MTG circa 2011
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    So the baseball game I was going to tonight at 7:05 turned out to be a 1:05 game.

    Oh well, I figure no baseball, might as well chop the fenders right? Just about finished the drivers side when I broke the last of my dremel cutter do-hickeys (technical term). Too late to go to home depot so I just pulled both sides a called it a day.

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