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What did you do to your Raptor today? (Gen2)

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Jepper, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. Biggwrm

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    Did they change the husky liners?
    On my 18 I could swear it covers the shock more..
     
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    Yes from what I learned they came out with a new version with more shock clearance for the Raptor. I basically just ordered that newer part number. I did not want to hide the shocks.
     
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    Ordered a set myself last night. Seeing the white bed in the wheel well drove me nuts for too long. How was the install?
     
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    Can you post the link for these clips?


     
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    I just did the same. Big difference!! Only thing I didnt like was that I had to cut them some to make them fit. But definitely worth the $ and effort.
     
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    Will likely have to shave it down a bit to get it to fit. It's really tight, and takes a lot of prying on the fenders but worth it when you're done. Not seen anyone do it yet without shaving on them a bit.
     
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    These should really make a big difference on a white truck. You have to man handle them to some degree, but if bend the ends and work them in, it’s not bad. Takes some patience. But otherwise its not complicated. Once in there solid.
     
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    I only shaved about 1/4-1/2” off of one end and it was the first liner I installed. I really only shaved it as it wasn’t trimmed as smoothly as the other ends from the factory. It may have made bending it in just a little faster. But try not to cut these up or you may find in the end you have loose fitment. Takes some patience, but you will like the look.
     
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    Don't they trap moisture behind them?
     
  10. WRCRaptor

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    Spray on bed liner is a better idea and it will look good after 100k of abuse
     

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