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There has to be a trick to this. On a 64, the front fender trim. How do you tighten the last two nuts right next to the door? I have the nuts on, and spun finger tight, but I cant get any tool I have in there to tighten them all the way down. I even bought a 60* offset 3/8 wrench, but the hook is too big.
 

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I feel like that wouldn’t solve my issue. I still can’t get a wrench into the gap of the fender. I’ll take a picture when I get home.
 

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Ahh. Pass. Hand tight it is!

seriously I think I may take a cheap wrench and try to put a bend in it that will work.
 

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There has to be a trick to this. On a 64, the front fender trim. How do you tighten the last two nuts right next to the door? I have the nuts on, and spun finger tight, but I cant get any tool I have in there to tighten them all the way down. I even bought a 60* offset 3/8 wrench, but the hook is too big.
how about removing bolt/nut behind kick panel and at lower fender by rocker ..
then you should move fender away from body enuff to gain access to trim nuts , i think...
 
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