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    has anybody used aftermarket fenders on their 87-89 Z? How's the fitment?
    Factory fender is around $250 and aftermarket is around $100. Is it worth the extra $150?
    Shiro #443


  • #2
    Depends upon the fender, but I usually stay away from aftermarket stock replacement body pieces since they often do not fit correctly. If you want to save money, but old fenders in good shape.
    Chuck Stong
    300+ Parts and Performance owner
    http://www.300-plus.com
    2002 ZCOT president and always active member

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    • #3
      i bought aftermarket fender and the fitment was not that good i had to tweak a little bit to make it fit correctly.

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      • #4
        Get yours fixed is not that bad
        1988 SS TURBO BEING RESTORE.
        http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2238220

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        • #5
          The aftermarket fender I have now is worthless.

          -body lines don't line up and no way to adjust it to.
          -thin.
          -the point where the fender meets the A-pillar is SHARP because the press punched through the metal during manufacture and made a nice cheese grater hole for my hand when I wash it
          -missing some bolt holes
          -hood/fender area is impossible to line up

          It was cheap and availible, but I paid for it in the end.
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          • #6
            go to the junkyard.

            i finally found one. for a few dollars i got a straight one.
            Another one dead: 1985 2+2 GLL, stripped going to the recycler!!! doing my part to stop global warming!


            the sierra club is gay!!!

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