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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-15-2010, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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how to remove the fender?

i seen alot of bolt around there. the hood, the wheel well, the radiator support bolt, inside the door area, etc. etc.

i want to delete the antenna. i did a search and nothing came up. anybody?

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heres one thread, ill search for the others i have saved

fender removal


heres the better thread with some pics

Help a Newb remove a Door and Fender


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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-15-2010, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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im extremely tired from the body work. i also need to buy a mask cuz inhale **** i could start feeling it. to pull all that bull**** to get the fender out aw lawd....

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You can remove the antenna without removing the entire fender. You can then weld a patch over the hole and clean it up. To remove the antenna, loosen the bolts that hold the wheelhouse to the fender, and body (behind the tire), block the wheelhouse away from the fender and remove the 10 mm bolt in the doorjam. The bezel, electrical connector and the antenna lead, are next and you can pull it out of the bottom. You can avoid all the hassle of realigning the fender.

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[QUOTE=Fred Kiehl;2428602]You can remove the antenna without removing the entire fender. You can then weld a patch over the hole and clean it up. QUOTE]

thats what i did!


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