I used the half sections. Hopefully, you can make sense of my description.
The piece goes all the way back to the tail light and includes the area on
the outside part of the tail light. You will also notice the vertical seam
below the tail light - that is where the piece will go to on the lower
end. It should pretty much cover everything below the trim attaches on the
side. I'm not sure how you weld it into place however. I had a body shop do
that part for me, but I was pondering exactly how they did it. With the
wheel well being the way it is, do you remove the top section to weld the
bottom section on? Perhaps someday I will know the answer to that (maybe
sooner if someone from the list pipes in).
At 10:23 PM 12/11/2002 -0500, Matthew Hale wrote:
>I am debating over which rear fender replacement sections to buy for my
>67 B. I am replacing the entire rear panel and want to replace the
>wheel arches, dogleg sections and the bottom of the tail lights. The
>simple answer would be the Half Sections from Moss (457-960, 965). But
>it is not that simple because I don't how far the section covers from
>the tail light to the rear panel. Has anyone used these replacement
>parts on their B? I hope I am being clear. Moss Motors didn't
>understand me either. They told me call back during business hours to
>talk to someone in the warehouse.
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