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Old 06-10-14, 03:59 AM
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Smile Front Wide Fenders 20mm

Does anyone have this? Any pictures?

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These are the Shine fenders which are 20mm wider. The rims are Forgeline GA3 three-piece matte black aluminum wheels, 10.0 X 18 on the front with a +30mm offset.







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Not my car, this used to belong to a friend but he sold the car. He did have the front fenders though.










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David Hayes, the fitment appears identical to stock from these pictures. Was there a considerable amount of prep work involved? How do, if at all, the fender liners attach being that the fenders are 20mm wider? What size tires are you running on the front?

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The fitment is pretty much stock. Shine makes a good product but the fenders do come with some ripple in them that a body shop can take care of. I had a bit of an issue lining up the panel fitment on one on the back, where the panel meets the passenger door. Massaged it enough to be acceptable but could still use some work. Compared to other after market parts though, not much prep work needed.

Regarding the fender liners, there is a company out of the UK (Concept-7 - Quality, Innovative products for the FDRX7) that makes extenders for wider fenders like these. They are pretty inexpensive and I'd contact them as that would be the easiest way to go. You epoxy them to the Shine fender on the outer inside (if that makes sense) and then affix the stock liners to them. I did not have the time to wait for the extenders so we cut the OEM liner in half longways and then inserted a plastic liner extension in the middle to widen them out. We used a plastic trash can (no kidding) I bought from Lowes and them riveted the materials together. Looks really stock.

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Helps quite a bit! Thanks so much!
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