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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exterior Forum [GEN 2]' started by Raptor92, Mar 5, 2018.

  1. Raptor92

    Raptor92 Member

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    Hello All


    I recently installed the husky rear wheel liners, and noticed that they rub along the tires when turning. Specifically the area covering the fox shocks.
    Any input is appreciated
     
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    Maybe remove and return...I returned mine.
     
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    Had to install self tapper to keep from rubbing tire.came twisted in box,so were twisted when i put them on.
     
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    that sucks, i would want perfect fit as well
     
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    They are garbage fit, ull have to drill an additional bolt site in the middle to keep them away from the tire. Material is crap, and husky dont even return emails, horrible company
     
  6. Raptor92

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    Yes indeed they are garbage fit
    But they serve their job well in my opinion
    Its the only product available though

    Regarding drilling an additional screw, any pictures?
    Since it is nearly empty space behind the liner
     
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    Guy FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Don’t bother with screws and such

    Get a heat gun for 20 bucks and massage then into place. Just be careful you’ll melt the plastic.


    Mine fit great with a little effort and don’t rub.


     
  8. Raptor92

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    Will give it a shot and let you know
    Thanks
     
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    any photos of where it rubs? I just installed these today, if I know where the rubbing is I can massage it with a hair dryer lol.
     
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    I installed these few days ago and they are perfect fit ..
     

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