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Fender Liners after PSC Install??

Well my PSC fenders are installed. I suspect there is a reason to cut down and reinstall the inner fender well liners?? Should I or not ??? any problems with wet weather if I do not??
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I drove mine for a week without. Got quite a bit of mud in the engine bay. For that reason alone I would re attach mine. BTW, I didn't use the crappy plastic push rivets. I just ran a tap through the holes in the tab's and used a stainless bolt and washer. Just took a few minutes and will make any future removal and re attachment much easier.


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I drove mine for a week without. Got quite a bit of mud in the engine bay. For that reason alone I would re attach mine. BTW, I didn't use the crappy plastic push rivets. I just ran a tap through the holes in the tab's and used a stainless bolt and washer. Just took a few minutes and will make any future removal and re attachment much easier.
Thanks.....thats the kind of info I am looking for. I was worried about electonics....computer stuff.

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Thanks.....thats the kind of info I am looking for. I was worried about electonics....computer stuff.
I've been running without my liners for over a year and I play in a LOT of mud, no problems from running without the liners.


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Ive run without liners also for over a year .. no issues at all... i think it keeps the engine alittle cooler and its easier to reach in their and work on things
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I left my fronts in and rears out.... no reason really.
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No liners here either! No problems......
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I put my liners back in. That engine bay got nasty fast without them. I also didn't like the risk of the big tires kicking water up into the air intake, fuse box and TIPM. I'm much happier with the liners back in.
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i cut about 90% of my front liners out and left only the part that covers the huge wire harness that goes to the computer. i didnt want to throw rocks and have it nick a wire or something.

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I left my fronts in and rears out.... no reason really.
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I think it looks better and helps keep alot of the shit out of the engine bay. IMO

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Also keeps water out of the intake if you don't have a snorkel.
A friend didn't have them in a hydrolocked going through a puddle.
For me it is an excuse to get the air shears. Ha! Makes it easier to trim in place.
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Yep I am going to do the fronts this week. Makes since because this friggin Rain will not stop in CA!!

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what are you going to use to put them back in? took mine off tonight and think i will put the fronts back in after i get the psc's installed
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Nearly 2 years here !liners and no issues.

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Nearly 2 years here !liners and no issues.
Same here...

And it's whole lot easier to change the pass side plugs and egr valve too!


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metal cloake makes nice inner fenders
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