Anita Barrett wrote:
> backing up and turning at the same time. I thought all Tiger owners had
> cut the lower front of the front fenderwell for clearance.
> Have some one watch while you are backing up and turning. Add a bump from the
> driveway to street for good measure.
> Jim Barrett Tiger II 351C and others
I believe you are correct, but "cutting" is not the only solution. My PO
has "bent" the lower front edge of the front fender so that it not only
clears the 185x70x13's (1/2 inch negative offset, 4 1/2 rims), but looks
fine from outside, and restorable to "normal" if wanted. Don't know how
big his vice-grips or rubber mallet was, but it's a neat job, with only
one gentle crease on each side.
Steve Laifman < One first kiss, >
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