Husky Rear Wheel Liner

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@munch520 They do have a military discount, if you are eligible.

I’m not military but thx.
They should have a discount just for Texans.
 

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I installed them on my 2019. Kinda tough since the holes at the ends didn’t line up with the factory screws. I had to drill a couple holes into the liner to align them. Takes a lot of elbow grease too. Also it would’ve been easier with the tires off.
But overall they make the wheel well look much better.
Before and after pics.
Enjoy.
 

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I had my wheel wells on my former Gen2 (leadfoot) LineXd. In less than a year it was flaking off.

On my Gen2 before that one (blue) I had the Husky liners. I think it was the first time they were making them for Gen2. They were a poor fit and covered up the top of the shock from view.

These look a lot nicer and better. My Gen3 is OW and I may just order these. I do recall them being a huge PIA to squeeze in though.

What did you do when the line x was peeling off? Did you end up having to go there yearly to have it touched up? I thought their coating was supposed to work for life with minor maintenance? Or was it an installer problem? When you removed the huskys from your gen 2, what was the condition of the wheel well? Did it look like the salt and other chemicals got up in there?
 
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What did you do when the line x was peeling off? Did you end up having to go there yearly to have it touched up? I thought their coating was supposed to work for life with minor maintenance? Or was it an installer problem? When you removed the huskys from your gen 2, what was the condition of the wheel well? Did it look like the salt and other chemicals got up in there?
If you are really worried about salt or other chems getting in their...clean it once a month or whatever you like. They are not hard to remove or install.
 

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If you are really worried about salt or other chems getting in their...clean it once a month or whatever you like. They are not hard to remove or install.

Not sure how easy that will be when its 8 degrees outside haha. Both with home washing and with the liners being brittle with the cold. lol
 

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I talked to the only line-x shop within 100 miles of my house. They said the wheel well application is "softer and stickier" then the bed lining. "Dirt will stick to it"

Not for me. Just ordered the Husky liners and thanks @itsarap for the discount code
Couldn't be further from the truth. Material is the same whether its in a bed or inner fender.
 

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Take it in the garage and buy a heater haha
The run off will freeze and probably cause the garage door to freeze shut along with an ice rink on your driveway. Living up North is a B. I fought the cold for years and as soon as I was given the opportunity to leave I was up. I take a month of 100s over a month of below freezing temps anyway.
 
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