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Old 09-22-2006, 09:38 AM   #1
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19.5 wheel/tire plastic inner fender well splash pan (1996 2x4 Dodge 2500) modification?


I plan on upgrading my tires/wheels to 19.5s. I need to move the plastic inner fender well splash pan about -inch to 1-inch to clear the 245 tires. I only need this clearance in the bottom 4-inches of the splash pan.

Has anyone modified the plastic inner fender well splash pan? If so, how?

I considered heat, or even cutting out a section a riveting (or gluing) a patch.

I hope there is clearance behind the pan to allow this modification.


I could use your thoughts so I can "get'ter" done.


Wayne
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Old 09-22-2006, 09:38 AM   #2
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19.5 wheel/tire plastic inner fender well splash pan (1996 2x4 Dodge 2500) modification?


I plan on upgrading my tires/wheels to 19.5s. I need to move the plastic inner fender well splash pan about -inch to 1-inch to clear the 245 tires. I only need this clearance in the bottom 4-inches of the splash pan.

Has anyone modified the plastic inner fender well splash pan? If so, how?

I considered heat, or even cutting out a section a riveting (or gluing) a patch.

I hope there is clearance behind the pan to allow this modification.


I could use your thoughts so I can "get'ter" done.


Wayne
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Old 09-27-2006, 07:18 PM   #3
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I found the answere. If there is any interest, let me know. I can pretty much run whatever tire a 4x4 can run, easly a 245x19.5 16 ply.

No need to post if there is no interest.


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