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Last pics are me test fitting the frontend before paint. I also used my stock inner panels with this kit. I will add those pics soon and explain it better. Thanks for looking, have a ton more pics coming.
I really just cut out the strut section of each inner fender. Then cut them even with the stock seam on the top. Took some 18ga sheetmetal and welded the area back where the shock towers were. I first used heavy paper to make a template. Then just install them and trim for brake lines and control arms. I just ground my welds and hit them with a 50 grit 2in disc, then painted them. Using your stock inner fenders you know everything will bolt right back up like stock to. Plus saved about $200.
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