go to a local JY and get a pair, they are way better than aftermarket. I bought a pair in perfect condition for 100 bucks. Almost the same color not that I care as I hope to have this thing painted soon.
you in a small town? I would try a JY you trust and see if they can find you a pair. I live in a relatively small place and they had a RC minus the hatch! damn it. But I got the fenders and I'm think about going back and seeing if they have rad core support and doors. I would like the later model doors with the power mirrors. Good luck by the way but it might be worth it to expand your search area.
i guess small is a bit relative but there's about 3,000 in my town. there's a junk yard about 30 min away that i tried to get doors through once and they never called me back on what they found. found doors since but i've lost a bit of faith in that market. i'll try calling them tomorrow though, but how much cheaper are aftermarket fenders compared to oem?
i payed $125.00 for an aftermarket RH fender for my 86 RC in Ohio. it fit OK but i would have liked OEM ( hard to find rust free fenders here) found a used fender in PA for $75.00 With a dent and rust. if you are looking for top quality by OEM. Aftermarket fenders will work fine for a driver but they will require some finesse to install them and line them up. the bigest diference i found was the OEM fender is about 10 lbs more than the aftermarket fender.
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