1999-2006 Tundra 1-Pice Front

Breth

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Hi!

I like to know if when using a 1-Pice front it is possible to let the stock inner fenders on, or do i have to remove the whole front?

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slcpunk74

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Hi!

I like to know if when using a 1-Pice front it is possible to let the stock inner fenders on, or do i have to remove the whole front?

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You might be able to keep them but not sure why you would want to. I doubt they would line up very well considering the one piece is wider and usually they have more rise.
 

baja619

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Anything can be done with the proper know how and follow through, however I do not think it is really necessary.
We are about to release a new 1-piece for Tundras. Stay tuned...
 

slcpunk74

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My buddy Dugfab is doing a 1-piece on his ranger and plans on doing some plates to keep the mud/snow off his engine and such so if that was your concern stay tuned to see what he ends up doing.
 

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Most of the time a 1-piece is one of the last things to worry about, I have no idea where u are with your project but a 3-piece fromt setup is more cost effective until you chop off your nose and build a nosecage, even then 3-piece is more financially functional, you usually only damage one fender at a time...
 
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