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    Fender Blinkers

    Can someone give me the measurements where the fender top blinkers are placed? Thanks

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    Mine is .54 inches from the hood seam to the inner edge of the blinker housing. From the front corner of the fender at the hood seam it is 6.55 to the front inner corner of the blinker housing. I hope that makes sense.

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    Measurements from Mopars 1.Top of fender front edge (the 90 degree down turn of the fender is not flat so the measurement is from the most upper part of the bend) to the center of the hole is 7 3/4" and from the inside 90 degree turn down the center is 1 1/16". The hole size is 11/16".

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    Thanks guys

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    Im looking to add these to my car, could you post pictures of it?

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    I'm looking to add these to my car so this thread is exactly what im looking for. Any chance you have a picture that shows the landmarks youre referring to? Im confused as to where youre referring to. My fault, not yours

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    I hope DCAspen won't mind me stealing his image, but I've added the lines to show what I meant. The red line is the .54 inch (about 17/32"), the blue line is the 6.55 (about 6 9/16"). I went to the corner like that because I thought it would be too hard to work with straight and square lines on a compound curved surface.

    Lay some painters tape over the area, use a compass or a dial caliper to mark off the points, and then you can use your indicators to figure the offset where the hole goes.

    Best would be to do the same measurement to the center of the hole. If you can't make this work, let me know and I'll pull mine apart and get the better numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doublechaz View Post
    I hope DCAspen won't mind me stealing his image, but I've added the lines to show what I meant. The red line is the .54 inch (about 17/32"), the blue line is the 6.55 (about 6 9/16"). I went to the corner like that because I thought it would be too hard to work with straight and square lines on a compound curved surface.

    Lay some painters tape over the area, use a compass or a dial caliper to mark off the points, and then you can use your indicators to figure the offset where the hole goes.

    Best would be to do the same measurement to the center of the hole. If you can't make this work, let me know and I'll pull mine apart and get the better numbers.

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    Thank you very much. That is exactly what I needed. How did you wire them in?

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    They should plug in to the existing harness in the engine compartment.

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