I have the following OEM fenders for sale ($50 per). I'm located in Temecula, CA but will ship at buyer's expense. Had fenders on for about 2,000 miles before switching over to Norm's.
Mine were "jack" crunched and I just pounded them out, but as far as removing them, there's nothing to it. Unscrew the plastic wheel wells from the fender. Undo two bolts on the bottom of the fender. Undo two or three bolts (I can't remember) in plain sight on the top. One bolt inside the door jamb. Working alone, it took me about 20 minutes to remove. FYI, the fenders are on EBAY. Under 100 dollars shipped, primed. There are some places that for extra cash, will ship them to you painted, and clear coated. Just do a search. :yesnod:Are they mean silver in color? They look straight in the pictures, any dents or scratches? I suspect they are small enough to ship UPS? I'm curious, how big a project is it to remove and replace? THX
Yeah, I PMed him and asked for price to ship to me. Said he'd let me know as he was going to go to UPS. Asked him a second time, said he would still planned to let me know. Never heard back. Looks like he sold them.I liked how everyone EXCEPT the OP answered the questions, lol
Thanks for that btw! :thumbs:I much prefer to just go pick up a part that I buy from a private party. That way there are mistakes on what I think I am getting and what I wind up with. I have also delivered a Top half way across the country, so that the person saw what they were getting. But people that Post for sale items and then never come back to check or follow up on PM's can be irritating. When that happens I will forget the purchase or buy elsewhere.