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SubmitterLottoMore Photos from Lotto   Last Update2008/3/12 2:56    Tell a friendTell a friend
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fender flares

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Posted: 2008/3/12 7:57  Updated: 2008/3/12 7:57
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2004/7/15
From: Adelaide, Australia
Posts: 3931
 Re: flares
Hey! I was doing this today! Wish my flares fitted as nice as that, I have to glass mine on as they were off a 1600 and need some repair.

I had the flares tucked under the styline as you have here but ended up moving them another 25mm higher to allow for more clearance.

Hope your keeping the same colour!

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Posted: 2008/3/13 19:12  Updated: 2008/3/13 19:12
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/9/17
From: portugal
Posts: 271
 Re: flares
Hey! good job! here come the pipical question... ??? where did you get those flares and thet fender? i need a left and right set of fender for my van, urgent!!!

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Posted: 2008/3/13 22:23  Updated: 2008/3/13 22:23
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/11/27
From: Tasmania
Posts: 773
 Re: flares
My question exactly what are the flares off and where did you get them from?

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Posted: 2008/3/14 1:02  Updated: 2008/3/14 1:02
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2007/1/26
From: Wagga Wagga
Posts: 1129
 Re: flares
wow! good job done there!

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Posted: 2008/3/19 13:18  Updated: 2008/3/19 13:18
Just can't stay away
Joined: 2006/2/26
From: Cascais/Portugal
Posts: 118
 Re: flares

This flares are made in Portugal and we use them for the CNVC 1300 (national classics speed championship) similer to the Japanese TS 1300. they are made only for 1200 models.
see this link