HM Racing 92" Mid Travel Kit

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Kevin recommend Herculiner. Very easy to use. Just brush it on. Each fender only took me about 15 min or so. Very quick and easy to touch up also. They use it even on their $300K luxury prerunners
Nice, I ended up using Aerosol Raptor liner, long story as to why I didn’t end up using the traditional style lol. Hopefully this ends up helping with rock impacts, but at minimum it looks 10x better
 
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Nice, I ended up using Aerosol Raptor liner, long story as to why I didn’t end up using the traditional style lol. Hopefully this ends up helping with rock impacts, but at minimum it looks 10x better
That was gonna be my choice, but I went with what Kevin recommended. I have no doubt the Raptor liner would work just fine
 

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Thanks, I’m looking at the 94” kit. Currently getting McNeil fiberglass installed. Up next hopefully will be the 94” kit.
 

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You setting the bumps off the LCA’s?

I don’t love the idea of putting them there, but in a lot of cases there really isn’t much else in regards to options.

If you keep the pressure low enough there probably don’t mess with tuning a ton.

Also noticed you are cutting the coil bucket out. 10” shocks make a ton more sense now lol
 
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