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Hello, my 90 coupe is rusted bad on the front fenders soI thought why not upgrade to fiberglass ones. Does anyone know where I could order these from and what the cost would be? Also how much weight would I lose from this?
Help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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H.O. Fibertrends use to carry the stock fiberglass fenders but they no longer carry them since they only weight 5-6 lbs less than the stock fenders 5-6 lbs per fender and they were having problems with there moulds. http://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=578018#6
There is very little weight difference.. the stock fenders are light as hell when you have them off.. Infact if you just took off the inner fender and replaced with fresh stock outer fenders you would probably hit the same weight for a lot less cash..
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