SSR Rear Fenders.

Mocking up rear fenders.

Since the SSR fenders are moulded as part of the outer bed sides, and not designed as detachable body part as they were on most early trucks, the fender has to be cut out.

Left rear fender removed. New sheet metal.

Before cutting the original fender out, we weren't sure how we'd have to proceed. It quickly became clear that all of the truck beds outer skin would have to go and be replaced with a heavier gauge sheet metal that we could attach the stock 3100 fenders to.

Side of truck without sheetmetal. Creating an inner fender well.

Part of this process included creating an inner fender well.

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Mounting tabs for the fenders go on.

Some temporary mounting tabs for the fenders go on. These are for mock up only so we can hang the fender and check its position.

Scott test fits the fender.

Scott test fits the fender.

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