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Old 12-19-2012, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1990 GTS fender

The Celica got cracked up at work today amd I'm going to have to replace the front drivers side fender and corner lamp. The car's a GTS, the GTS uses its own specific fenders, right? A fender from a GT or ST won't work?Any reccomendations on a source for a replacement drivers side fender and corder lamp?
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The Celica got cracked up at work today amd I'm going to have to replace the front drivers side fender and corner lamp. The car's a GTS, the GTS uses its own specific fenders, right? A fender from a GT or ST won't work?Any reccomendations on a source for a replacement drivers side fender and corder lamp?
Old post, but I'll chime in.

The GT-S & All-Trac share the same front fenders (a widened out wheel well), and the GT & ST share the same front fenders (a normal, or narrow body, wheel well). Sure, a GT or ST fender will bolt up on a GT-S, but the fender will not protrude out as far in the wheel well area as the original. With the wider look in the rear fenders also, I wouldn't recommend putting a narrow wheel well fender onto a GT-S, unless you don't care about looks and just want to put something in place to replace what was damaged.
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