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Just started my own fender eliminator today. I picked up a 12x12 16 gauge sheet of steel, and a heavy duty cutting wheel for my Dremel. I'm using the original metal bracket that holds the plate, and mounted the turn signals and license plate light to it. The custom bracket I'm making will mount under the tail, and hold the other bracket. Hopefully I'll finish tomorrow, and get more pics up!

Shout out to Adrian Garcia, and SquidOnR3 for the ideas and inspiration.
 

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I would think that bending the metal evenly is the most dificult part of these projects.
 

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I would think that bending the metal evenly is the most dificult part of these projects.
As long as you have a sturdy table or bench with a straight edge, you should be able to bend it just fine. I happen to have a non working dryer in my garage that I used as a guide for the bend.
 

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It's done!
 

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