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Old 04-30-2021, 04:20 PM   #1
blazer2007
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aligning door and fender trouble

Decided to tackle passanger door and fender on my 78 blazer . I put in new door pins and had to hog out the door hinges on both door and body mounting point to get it closer to a nice fit. Now my fender wants to sit high on the nose. If I push down on the nose of fender it will hit the door. The nose is about a 1/2 inch too high. If I adjust the door so fender fits then body lines don,t match. Don,t need it perfect but would be nice to be close. Should I hog out the fr. grill holes where the nose of fender bolts or is there another way, shim front support ? I know is hard with some aftermarket parts which the fender is and doors are from donors. Sorry bottom pic is from before
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