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ahhh...

that looks better, imho.

I gotta drill the holes & then hit other side but I'm thinking the Artec inners up front are a little more suitable than whatever sh*t I had goin' on up there...




so ,there's that improvement.

Oh, on subject of keeping crud out of niches & crannies w/ aftermarket inners , yes, the ACE Engineering little body panels are cool & serve their purpose however , take a look at how many other places mud & S.Eastern debris now can find to call home :



...I'll have to do something about the billy-rocker gap but not today ....










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in case anybody ever references this & ,like me , will probably take these on/off multi times annually , you could do like I have & just self-tapping screwed the three rivnut locations' so your usual driver hex 7mm attachment can zip these on & off quickly ...ymmv )


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Looks easier for the hose stream to find the mud now
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Looks good. You gonna keep the bling or matte black it?

Also, are those drilled rotors or just water drips?


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Looks good. You gonna keep the bling or matte black it?

Also, are those drilled rotors or just water drips?


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I was initially thinking I'd hit 'em w/ my ' normal' truckbed liner ( like I did the bumper, rockers, corners , everything gets Rust-Oleum truckbed liner ) for them . But, after seeing how clean the "Frame and rollcage black satin" spray looked on the frame & where I coated several places yesterday , I think I may do them satin , frame black so they're easier to clean, ya know? Mud would be easier to make gone than if it's textured.


The rotors are dimpled in a slotted pattern. The type driving we do off-road it's not as advantageous to drill or slot brake rotors. These work well ( EBC ) w thier green stuff pads ...





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bedlined & that
's'good enough for me.







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