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inner fender wells by jimmo
Started on: 07-19-2014 08:02 AM
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Last post by: Patrick on 07-20-2014 02:50 AM
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Are they all the same or are the 88 different from the 84-87?? If they are different can I use 84-87 inner wells on an 88 without too much tweaking?
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Originally posted by jimmo:

Are they all the same or are the 88 different from the 84-87?? If they are different can I use 84-87 inner wells on an 88 without too much tweaking?


I don't know about the years being different but I do know they are different for the models with aero moldings in the front and maybe the rear. Think SE, GT, VS regular Fieros.

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84-86 coupe is the same. 87-88 coupe is the same. Non-aero.
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There's a thread in the mall section I think it's titled Wanted 88 Fender Well Liners. Someone detailed the slight difference of the earlier years, mostly to accommodate the brake lines. Very minor modification that can be done with a box knife.
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thanks for the help guys.
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Originally posted by jaskispyder:

87-88 coupe is the same.


Without going out and looking at mine, I would've thought that both styles of '88 fender liners (coupe/Formula and GT) should be different than the earlier years due to the suspension changes. No?
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