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    Registered User Array
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    Fender Removal

    I want to have my rear fender removed but don't have a dremel and haven't done it before so I was wondering if someone could help me out with it that had a dremel and has done it before. Will pay someone to do it with cash or beer. Either way I really want to get rid if it.
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    Moderator Array CoolDaddyGroove's Avatar
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    Moderator Array TeeTee's Avatar
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    I did my 9R but without any power tools. Use a coping saw (the little bow shaped saw with the narrow 1/8 wide blade about 8 inches long) to cut away the plastic as far as you want to go and finish the edges up with some 120 grip sandpaper. The hand tools alllow for so much more control.
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    I used the same method too, its quite easy

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    ...... Array Team Green 9R's Avatar
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    I used a dremel on mine and some sandpaper to clean it up afterwards...liked the results....o ya flipped the licence plate mount and drilled a couple of holes a little above the original holes to make the plate closer to the top.

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