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Thread: Rear Wheel Well Liners
09-28-2011, 12:04 AM #1
Rear Wheel Well Liners
I was wondering if any of you have ever heard/known of a place or person that makes a rear wheel well liner. I know you can't get anything oem which sucks. It looks kinda sloppy when you can see dirt and debris on your bumper and on the inside your fenders IMO. I just want something to clean it up a little. I did have pro flaps which helped some, but I lost those during a muddin/booze cruise adventure at my farm. Any ideas even would be appreciated.
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09-28-2011, 07:23 AM #2
I believe they only have liners for the NNBS trucks. Have you thought about doing them in Line-x?
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09-28-2011, 04:00 PM #3
I have the GM aftermarket liners.
2008 Silverado Crew LTZ Southern Comfort conversion
SoCo cat back duals
6" Pro-Comp lift
ARE cap with Yakima rack system (winter)
GM Hard tri-fold tonneau (summer)
GM rear wheel liners
2014 Silverado 2500HD CCSB LTZ Z71 6.6 DMax/Allison
6.5" BDS 35" Nitto Trail Grapplers
LineX/wheel liners/OEM tube steps/sunroof/slider/mirrors/Nav/cablights/trifold tonneau
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09-28-2011, 08:11 PM #4
I bought some cans of Rust-olem rubber undercoating. Looks good and was not to costly. I think it was like 5 bucks a can. I would recommend taking the tires off to make it easier. I didnt sand the wheel well at all and it seems to be holding up very well.
Rust-Oleum/15 oz. rubberized undercoating (248657) | Top and Under Coating | AutoZone.com
09-29-2011, 11:37 AM #5
I already have my wheel wells lined with raptor liner. I did it with my rocker panels but I wasn't specific enough with you guys. I meant the gap you see when you are standing in front and looking towards the rear bumper through the wheel well/between the fender and box. I hate that gap there and thought possibly a wheel well liner would help it but there seems to be nothing on that sort of product so i'll most likely make something custom using mud flaps or something. Thanks though guys!
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