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    Sam Posey Trans-Am style spoiler for a Challenger

    I couldn't find one to buy so I made my own. $40 in materials and this is what I came up with.
    Started with a template.


    Lower braces...










    I still have to cut out holes for brake ducts.

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    Nice! Looking good!
    '74 Duster- '71 340 Demon tribute
    '72 Challenger (daily driver!)
    '71 DartGT EL5 (#65 in the GT registry)
    '71 DartGT GK6 ( #69 in the GT registry)

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    Thanks, it's fun to play inside while the snowbanks keep getting bigger.

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    Looks great, you come up with some great builds with all those great tools in there.
    Good for you your not closer to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Brads70 View Post
    Thanks, it's fun to play inside while the snowbanks keep getting bigger.

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    Looks good.

    FYI... guy on Moparts sells ABS reproductions with and without brake ducts:
    http://board.moparts.org/ubbthreads/...=0#Post5595066

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmosley View Post
    Looks good.

    FYI... guy on Moparts sells ABS reproductions with and without brake ducts:
    http://board.moparts.org/ubbthreads/...=0#Post5595066
    I've been bugging him for years to make a Challenger version but so far just for Cuda's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boydsdodge View Post
    Looks great, you come up with some great builds with all those great tools in there.
    Good for you your not closer to me.

    Your welcome to come up anytime and use what ever you need!

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    Finished it up. I love the look! I also got some new rims and tires and new AMD fenders to modify.
    It's just over 7" from the ground so clearance should be good! I figure it will stick out about as far as the bumper.






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    Turned out great!

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    RT-615k... what size are those? 315/30-18?

    Mine are 18x9 front with 255/40 and 18x10 rear with 295/40

    http://www.protouringmopar.com/attac...3&d=1396140806

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmosley View Post
    RT-615k... what size are those? 315/30-18?

    Mine are 18x9 front with 255/40 and 18x10 rear with 295/40

    http://www.protouringmopar.com/attac...3&d=1396140806

    Yep 315 front and 295's out back 18X11 on all four corners. Making fender flairs next. I saved my rust free originals so it could be put back to stock someday? Bought new AMD fenders to cut up.






    They didn't have anything wider? LOL

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    Lets see it with the tires rotated!

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    I wouldnt build "flares", I would go more in the way of a "wide body" setup with the Challey body line.
    http://tsdidit.com/wp-content/upload...5/IMG_9748.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72BBSwinger View Post
    Lets see it with the tires rotated!

    1/2" difference in backspacing so it won't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72BBSwinger View Post
    I wouldnt build "flares", I would go more in the way of a "wide body" setup with the Challey body line.
    http://tsdidit.com/wp-content/upload...5/IMG_9748.jpg


    Cool, great idea and all but that's beyond my capabilities body wise. Needs to come out 2" to cover the tire

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