Husky Wheel Well Liner Install

SMIKE

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Got my wheel well liners installed today.

Pretty easy, about 10 min per side and you only need a ratchet with 7mm and 10mm sockets.

They can be ordered here for $129.99. Placed the order Wed and they showed up on Sunday.


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Remove the seven screws holding the fender on (7mm socket)

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Next insert the fender liner into the wheel well. The cutout goes behind the shock. It will take a bit of massaging but goes in pretty easy.

After that you will want to slide the front/outer edge between the body and the stock plastic fender that you unbolted. Work your way around until it is completely inserted.

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Then take the 10mm bolts provided and adjust the fender liner until the holes line up with the clips that you put on the body seams.

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Should have just spent a few more bucks and had them professionally line-x’d. Much cleaner and long lasting if u can find a guy that cares to do it. I could not be happier.
 

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Looks great. I have tried to order them but it appears they will not ship to Canada. GRRRRRR
 

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Should have just spent a few more bucks and had them professionally line-x’d. Much cleaner and long lasting if u can find a guy that cares to do it. I could not be happier.

In the installation post that you were replying to, I was a little curious how the husky liner didn't seem to cover the painted area at the bottom corners of the fender. I was looking at your photos, and it looks like your line-x person didn't coat that area either (the horizontal area at the very bottom of the fender. Is that true?
 
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