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Adjusting fender gap and hood adjustments 99-02?

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Slammed01, May 12, 2017.

  1. Slammed01

    Slammed01 Member

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    Hi all!

    Parted out my tubbed front fenders and slapped on the stock with stock hood hinges. Drivers side fender is great, passenger seems to be sucked in a tad from door and hood gap. Looking for any tips or how to do fender and hood adjustments before I get them painted.

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  4. a-fuso

    a-fuso GMC Owner

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    There is not a lot of adjustment I don't believe. My truck has little diff gaps on each side and its never been wrecked, that's how it came from GM
     
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  5. Slammed01

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    Just weird the bumper cap seems to flare out but it's the fender. If I adjust hood, may not be as noticeable.


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  6. slicksierra

    slicksierra Feel some type of way

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    I put a different fender on my drivers side and the gap with the door is uneven with no way to adjust it just luck of the drawn I guess


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  7. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    im sure you can drill the hole larger to get a little wiggle room.

    The bumper normally sticks out like that because if you run flares its supposed to match up.
     
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