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Old 03-10-2013, 08:53 PM   #1
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Plastic Fender Flares

For those of us with Crusaders, let me address a simple fix that will make your coach even nicer to look at..If you notice the fender flares that extend with your slides, then you will notice the gapping holes on the open ends of the flares...there is nothing that looks so un-finished to me as that..I have come up with a simple fix....You can make a filler out of .25 sheet metal...JV Weld the piece in the opening, let it set up overnight, and there you have the void closed up..paint it the same color at the plastic flare..looks marvelous when to follow tomorrow...dark outside right now..
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