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Unread 07-11-2014, 02:29 PM   #1
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Fender inner liner problems

I just had a shop put my smittybilt flat fender flares and I had them cut up my inner liners and put them in the best they could. My wife is still driving it home and the owner showed her all the caps. He was so unhappy with it that he didn't charge us. What should I do next I found that rugged ridge makes
Rugged Ridge All Terrain Wheel Well Liners.

http://www.quadratec.com/products/12510_5201_07.htm

Does anyone have any ideas or know what I should do

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Unread 07-11-2014, 02:52 PM   #2
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my wife is stuck behind an accident hope to have pics shortly sorry
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I suggest you go to MetalCloak and check out their inner fender liners.http://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Aluminu...lls-p/3290.htm
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Rugged Ridge makes a set of inner liners I am thinking about. What do you think? They say that they are for their flat fenders but looks like it could me modified????

Look at all the gaps.... I didn't know the stock fender flare was attached to the inner liner. the company that worked on it and did their best and didn't even charge me for it
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that is the best they could do? Why i will do it myself when ever i can.

My first attempt on mine and works great. took my time and always cut longer than short.



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I ordered Rugged Ridge inner liners and Next Saturday it will be hopefully fixed!!!!
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On my bushwackers and on 222doc's Nemises (?) there is a small inner lip to sort of tuck in the liner, you have to take your time and cut it just right to fit. It doesn't look like those smittybuilt flares have an inner lip. Maybe you could find a junkyard set of liners and try again?
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On my bushwackers and on 222doc's Nemises (?) there is a small inner lip to sort of tuck in the liner, you have to take your time and cut it just right to fit. It doesn't look like those smittybuilt flares have an inner lip. Maybe you could find a junkyard set of liners and try again?
fenders are poison spider narrows.

Yep you measure cut LONG I even used heat to reshaped mine to bend over the back edge to block water intrusion. the upper edge i did make tuck into it. I took my time and cut a little not a-lottel.

Those smitts say they are for a specific fender they make. hard to say how they will work with what looks like trimmed factory flairs?
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Sorry, but what you should do is--DOIT YOURSELF-


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I just had a shop put my smittybilt flat fender flares and I had them cut up my inner liners and put them in the best they could. My wife is still driving it home and the owner showed her all the caps. He was so unhappy with it that he didn't charge us. What should I do next I found that rugged ridge makes
Rugged Ridge All Terrain Wheel Well Liners.

http://www.quadratec.com/products/12510_5201_07.htm

Does anyone have any ideas or know what I should do
You can take all the time in the world and not pay a penny, as said-you always cut long and then the recut is forfit-

I used my stock liners and took my time--it's notta time trial-it's your jeep-

If someone else is doingit--then they're the ones that do the fitting--if it doesn't satisfy you--goto the bank !

Sorry, not much sympathy, but I'm not known for that-

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