As we trimmed the hood edges to fit, we worked first one side, then the other, to make sure the hood would be centered when at rest between the fenders. Once we’d trimmed as far as we could go (a small flange must be left to give the hood some rigidity), the hood was still a hair too wide to fit between the fenders. We used some 200-grit sandpaper on a block to shave the edges down by about 1/16 inch per side. The ’glass is very easy to sand. Even so, we ended up having to readjust the fenders outboard a tiny bit to get the hood to fit smoothly between them.