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Another member is looking to get some of these fabricated, but I did not want to clutter up a for sale thread so I will start this one, for future use as well. I did not have time to take actual measurements and edit them onto a pic, so I just took a few pics with a ruler beside. This may or may not help. If it doesn't, I can take actual measurements later this evening. The bracket is not flat and straight, as you can see in the pics.
 

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Thank you :pray: but i wonder how people will make the rubber cap ? :think:
 

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Why it is so important to have those brackets?
I've seen dozen of trucks without those.
 

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Because the wings from the brush bar can rub the paint of the front fenders (mine has)

I want to get some brackets installed before I send the car to the body shop to have some work done on the fenders and a respray.

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Any updated photos of these brackets???? Anybody know a source for them?
 

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You've resurrected a necro thread almost 7 years old. Sadly this is what happens when photos are hosted third party. As far as sources for the A-frame wing fender brackets, eBay is about the only hope. I;ve bought a few over the years for folks. Most folks run without them as they are only secondary protection. Properly mounted wings do not rub on the paint or flex enough for impact.
 
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