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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-26-2015, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Very nice work. Did the fenders you're using require you to delete the factory washer bottle?
The front fenders are Genright highlines; they actually use the OEM inner fender which would allow the washer bottle to live in its stock location.

I have shock towers coming up from the frame to hold coilover shocks - that required me to cut out the inner fender structure where the stock washer bottle lives.

I have also had to move many other items - all those had found a home; now I have a windshield washer!

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Nice work. BTW your ugly welds are 10 times better than my best ones.

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Very nice work. Did the fenders you're using require you to delete the factory washer bottle?
If you use the GenRight aluminum inner fenders, you do need to relocate the washer reservoir.

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I'm happy to report that the silicone around the rubber seal did the trick - 48 hours full of windshield washer fluid and not a single drop!

The tank holds almost 1/3 of a gallon - it sure didn't look that big when I built it

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Good job!

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Pretty neat welding, beautiful work buddy!
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