It's not impossible to remove the inner fender, without the outer, but taking into account the air ducting it's way easier to remove the lot in one go, ducting included, don't forget the 3 screws holding the duct to the firewall and the front sheetmetal screws and - - - - - - !!!!!!
I have a set of Fenderwell Headers and I what to cut around them to use the inner fenderwells. So I figure its bst to take them out ad the fenderwell headers..that way I can see what I have to cut out!
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