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you move the upper aprons in using a B.F.H. and a block of wood.
most of the time i will just move both sides of the aprons in then hang the fenders and using a piece of 2 x 4 oak wood and a big hammer i will move the fenders back out to get the gaps i'm looking for.

you will find it's easier to move the fenders out then taking the fenders on and off trying to move them in to fit them.
a piece of pine 2x4 will not work you will find the wood is to soft and will split chip and crack.
and being soft it will not move the fenders out to well.

lay the wood across two to 3 of the fender bolts so when your hitting the wood box it's moving the bolts not the metal of the fender. if the wood is only on the fenders it will leave dents in them.
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