Front Fender liners

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  1. Jeff D

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    Looking to put front fender liners in my Gen 2 Raptor. Anyone know of a vendor?
     
  2. VT Raptor

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    Fronts ? the fronts are already lined. I bought my rears from Husky - some small issues at first but they seems to have got them sorted now.
     
  3. Jeff D

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    My goal is to minimize the mechanics under the front wheel ( see pic below). I was able to accomplish this in my Gen 1 . Unfortunately that company is out of business. Thanks for the Husky suggestion. Unfortunately the required mods to their product are numerous in order to get the fit right. Recently went thru this on a friends Gen 2. Even after hours of modification still wasn't happy with the fit. You said you got yours to fit tight and properly? IMG_0726.JPG
     
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    Husky Had issues with their first release - i sent mine back. They sent me the updated version. they were still a royal fkin bitch to get in by yourself (2 people would be easier) - that said they are in - they fit Great - very tight - no movement at all after 2 months. Looks better IMO and makes it much easier to keep clean.
     
  5. shelteredraptor

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    pics or I call BS.:whistle:
     
  6. Jeff D

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    VT...any pics?
     
  7. VT Raptor

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    sorry sorry - Here ya go.. sorry I didnt get a chance sooner. And sorry its not a little cleaner.

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  8. Jeff D

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    That looks good! Any thought of cutting out around the fox shock?
     
  9. VT Raptor

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    i drive in mud / dirt / rocks and sand every day. I happy to have the liners in and a little extra protection for the other components. I dont need to SEE the Fox shocks - as much as I like the look of them.
     
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    Thanks VT. And you know I don't need an excuse to call BS on ya!
     
  11. VT Raptor

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    you know - you did that MASSIVE stereo upgrade I never even saw a picture of a speaker or an amp getting installed - to me it looks like all you did was dynomat the whole truck and then put it back together.............. :Big Laugh::whistle:
     
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    mmm.seems ya got me on that, maybe I will put a pic up in that other thread. You can't really listen to a picture though...
     
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    got ya on protection vs shock exposure
     

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