Wheel Well Covers for 23 Raptor R?

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My Line X guy was awesome. Everyone in the shop acted like I had brought in a Bugatti. Being in the salt belt, I didn't want the liners because you are trapping the salt/brine behind the liners making it REALLY difficult to clean off in the spring.
 

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My Line X guy was awesome. Everyone in the shop acted like I had brought in a Bugatti. Being in the salt belt, I didn't want the liners because you are trapping the salt/brine behind the liners making it REALLY difficult to clean off in the spring.
Yeah I'm in the salt belt as well. Just got mine and haven't really had her in the salt so I think I'm ok. I don't have great luck with Line X guys I guess. When I had my 2013 done the guy who sprayed the product hopped into the drivers seat with his line x covered overalls and I ended up with the crap all over the seat. Sweet baby jesus I was pissed.
 

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Yeah I'm in the salt belt as well. Just got mine and haven't really had her in the salt so I think I'm ok. I don't have great luck with Line X guys I guess. When I had my 2013 done the guy who sprayed the product hopped into the drivers seat with his line x covered overalls and I ended up with the crap all over the seat. Sweet baby jesus I was pissed.
I would be pretty pissed too!! My shop was complete opposite, they masked everything off really well and treated the truck like it was made out of gold. Even if I was just getting a basic stripper work truck done, I would expect them to be careful.
 
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