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Big fan of these DC quarters

Lt1Burb

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Really like these quarters from DC, definitely my favorite look on these EB’s. 43D20346-9E02-41FA-A6E6-74787DE86CF9.jpeg

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BanditBronco

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If I ever built an Ice cream cruiser I would definitely go that route, I dig them as well.
 

TheVazha

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Feb 8, 2022
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I picked these up, agree they look unbelievable.

I will be installing in the next week or so, is there a good video on how to install? I can’t wrap my head around the install and the trim line. I’d love to keep it all seamless, but I can visualize where to cut my current fenders for this piece to go on.

Thanks!


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trekgurl

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RTP, North Carolina
I like these fenders also...... but burning the question is,, is it cut or not? If you use the whole fender technically you're "replacing" and not cutting. :).
 

BRONCITIS74

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I personally like the look of the rear wheel well being the same as the front....just my opinion.
 

rmcmillan

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I installed DC quarters, fenders and hood.
 

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gnsteam

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Anyone running these quarters with 1” BL, 21/2” suspension lift and 35 x12.5 tires?
 
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