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Handygun
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Utiline dually fenders
      #7315420 - Tue Jul 31 2012 04:23 PM

Probably the rarest sheetmetal part for a lifestyle truck.Anybody have any pics or measurements of them or have a set to sell? Maybe a dually trailer fender vendor that would be close? I will probably start my long procastinated/dreaded ctd conversion this winter and I'd rather run the utiline bed thats on the 4dr than the dually bed that's on the soon to be donor. Thanks Steve

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76dodgeboy
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: Handygun]
      #7315678 - Tue Jul 31 2012 07:36 PM

Rare because stepside dually don't exist

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Handygun
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: 76dodgeboy]
      #7315743 - Tue Jul 31 2012 08:16 PM

they were a wide flat fender, like a trailer fender, usually on a 9ft bed

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76dodgeboy
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: Handygun]
      #7315753 - Tue Jul 31 2012 08:21 PM

Never heard or seen them. If its like a trailer fender go buy trailer fenders.

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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: 76dodgeboy]
      #7315919 - Tue Jul 31 2012 09:35 PM

I have seen one on eBay but I was sure the fenders were home made.

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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: Rhinodart]
      #7315991 - Tue Jul 31 2012 10:07 PM

I have a set of the 73/93 dually fenders if your interested.

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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: Handygun]
      #7316170 - Wed Aug 01 2012 05:31 AM

A pic of what you have or what you're trying to do might be helpful. Sounds like you've got an 8' bed, 90% of Utilines are 6'.

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Handygun
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: redraptor]
      #7317230 - Wed Aug 01 2012 03:40 PM

What I have is a 93 149" Club cab D-350 getrag/ctd and a 78 165" D-200 crew utiline both of course have 8ft beds. My ctd has a 3.54 which I want to keep but I do have a few other D-70's a 3.54 SRW,3.07 C/C, and a regular 3.07 dually. I want to put the 78's cab and maybe bed on the 93 which would involve stretching the frame or put a 6ft utiline bed(which I have) on it which would work w/b wise @ 149". But either way I want to run a dually rear, Which brings me back to the fender issue. I saw these fenders when I was in the Navy(30 yrs ago) on the base trucks and have seen a few here and there since. I like the stability of the dually rear and personally think they look better on the long wheelbase trucks. I want to see what they look like to fab a pr if ness. They somewhat look like the fenders on a swb megacab dually but not that sophisticated if that helps jog a memory out there.

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redraptor
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: Handygun]
      #7318071 - Thu Aug 02 2012 05:58 AM

This is the fender extension that shorty has and what should be on that '93 D350.

This is a Utiline (stepside) bed. I'm posting this to make sure we're speaking the same language.



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Handygun
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: redraptor]
      #7318795 - Thu Aug 02 2012 03:34 PM

Yeah were on the same page RedRaptor,Sweptline&Utiline,78 or so Clubcab Dynatrac & 79LRT.Same srw utiline fenders since 53.If anyone has a copy of Don Bunn's "Dodge Trucks" the Dually utiline fender is on pg.162. The step in front of it flares out to meet the fender's extra width and the fender does have a joggle or character line at the bottom leading edge. But it's just one picture from a distance.

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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: 76dodgeboy]
      #7319003 - Thu Aug 02 2012 05:59 PM Attachment (17 downloads)

1957 W200 dually

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hp383
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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: hp383]
      #7319007 - Thu Aug 02 2012 06:05 PM

Probably your closest option

http://www.32chrome.com/fiberglass_fenders_copy%285%29.htm

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Single-Axle-Semi...e-/120857737812

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Re: Utiline dually fenders [Re: hp383]
      #7319105 - Thu Aug 02 2012 07:14 PM

http://www.powerwagonparts.com/Group%2012%20Fenders%20and%20sheet%20metal.html

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