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Old 05-23-2016, 01:01 PM
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Hey All-

To go along with our new ExtReme front subframe we are now offering widened front inner fender wells to accommodate the wider 315mm tires and huge steering angle. These tubs have a lightweight and sturdy fiberglass construction and a semi gloss black gel coat finish. Check 'em out by Clicking here!
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You ca see here how the tubs make a difference and fit the profile and dimensions of the ExtReme frame rails. Here are a couple pics of Roger's RedZed 69 Camaro's old tubs and it's new ExtReme tubs...



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Ben ... those look awesome, question, how do they mount? Stock hardware?

Thanks, I'll need a set for my 67 Camaro, are they in stock?

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Hmmm. I'm very tempted for my 68!

Edit. Since these are designed for the Extreme subframe which I'm not running I have a couple of questions. Do these sit on top of the subframe in all places or does any part drop below the top of the subframe along the outside of the frame like OEM inner fenders? Assuming the latter what is width of the extreme subframe in those locations?

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Old 06-22-2016, 03:46 PM
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Sorry I missed these posts, I'll get some installed pics and get 'em posted up as soon as I can.
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Ben ... still waiting on installation pics or instructions. Any pics of Roger's car?

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Old 07-23-2016, 10:25 AM
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I will have him post up some on Monday. they look really good installed.

just sent off the 67-8 set to have molds made and a production set to test fit.
will be a couple weeks for those
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Blake or Ben, two questions:

For my 2nd gen, I currently have a powder coated stitched welded g braced semi stock front clip with your control arms and Baer spindles and brakes.

A-do you have these for 2nd gen yet?

B-if/when I upgrade to your new front clip assembly will these fit?

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Blake or Ben, two questions:

For my 2nd gen, I currently have a powder coated stitched welded g braced semi stock front clip with your control arms and Baer spindles and brakes.

A-do you have these for 2nd gen yet?

B-if/when I upgrade to your new front clip assembly will these fit?

Thanx, mike
A. No
B I have no idea. the 2 gen inner fenders have alto more room than firs gen, the one we had here (Rodgers from Ironworks) looked like only the rear inner part of the fender would need to me modified a bit to clear the tire at full turn. because the fenders are wider outside than a 1st gen you don't need as much BS OR you can run a larger tire I think (not confirmed yet) that a 335 will fit with no outer fender mods.
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A. No
B I have no idea. the 2 gen inner fenders have alto more room than firs gen, the one we had here (Rodgers from Ironworks) looked like only the rear inner part of the fender would need to me modified a bit to clear the tire at full turn. because the fenders are wider outside than a 1st gen you don't need as much BS OR you can run a larger tire I think (not confirmed yet) that a 335 will fit with no outer fender mods.
Thats what i was thinking. I'm only trying to get a 295/305 18 up there. Did u use this p# on rodgers and modify it? if so, i'll most likely get a set sometime in winter.....thanx, mike
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