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    My front fender overlaps the apron a little and does it on both sides. I assume it just needs to butt up. My rear apron bolt is in the only farthest hole so I would assume there as back as they go. Any suggestions?
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    The front holes on apron match up for hood shelf. Could it be adjusting front fender supports?? These as gas light fenders 28-29

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      I have a brief (very) article on making repop fender fit on my website
      Jmodela.coffeecup.com
      Fwiw
      http://jmodela.coffeecup.com

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      • Beauford
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        Thanks Jim! Ill take a look!

      • Beauford
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        Jim, I actually have that bookmarked already! I think even I could do that! But using clamps it looks pretty good. Just dont know if the fender should overlap the apron.

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        I think I answered my own question by googling images.....the fender does over lap a bit on top of the apron.
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