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      07-25-2012, 12:45 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by Grayson View Post
Interesting, I wish there was a way to just pull the stock fenders enough to make it look like it flows well. That way you could avoid 16+ labor hours and the install would be a lot more feasible. On the other hand, a custom exhaust is something that's pretty easy for a shop to do so that doesn't seem like a big deal. What's weird is that on their pictures, the exhaust outlets are not more central, they look spaced out a fair amount.
I think the rear flare is important. One of the best things about this mod is that it will let us run nice off-sets, a huge benny over non-wide body kits.

To cut costs, I'd think about paying the shop to do the rear fenders and paint all the parts. I'd do the bolt on stuff myself.

I have a shop nearby that can do a working quad for 500.

If this thing can be done for 6K or less, then I'm all over it.
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