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Old 01-05-2013, 04:28 PM   #1
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Piece of a fender

Does anyone make a piece that goes between the enter fender and the floorboard?
My CJ has a piece down there and does a fair job keeping stuff from going up in the engine compartment.
On this TJ mud will be all over the bottom of the battery and what ever this empty try is on the driver side.

I'm old, over weight, got 5 kids, tired, and got other stuff to do. So I would like to just buy some and pop them in.

Has anyone ran across any thing like that?

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Sounds like you are missing your inner fender liners. You can get some body plugs and some plastic stripping and make your own for dirt cheap. I get my plugs from the automotive hardware section at Lowes in the screw and bolt aisle.

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Old 01-05-2013, 05:16 PM   #3
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Sorry. I meant the front.
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Sorry. I meant the front.
That's what I was referring to

My TJ has a strip of plastic that covers the gap between the inner fender and the frame. Like these:
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I didn't know the front had a liner
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If they are missing, look for the holes that were used to put them in. There'll be three on each side of the shock tower. They are held in place with the same type of plastic plug used for the rear. You'll see how simple it'd be to fashion your own out of plastic strips.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:33 PM   #7
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I didn't know the front had a liner
It should have liners or debris guards out of flexible rubber skirt material on both sides. From the factory they extend from the edge of the lower metal inner fender to the top of the frame and overlap it by a bit in places even with a body lift.

If you are missing yours, I have several serviceable sets of which you are welcome to a pair of for the price of shipping. I also have the plastic push in retainers often referred to as christmas tree clips, fir tree fasteners and such if needed.
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Cool. Thanks.
I need to get some parts from you too. I will try to call you next week. Or email ya.
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Old 01-06-2013, 07:50 PM   #9
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Wait. I have the skirt hanging from the inter fender and covers the down to the frame. I'm talking about the space between the rear part of the bottom of the fender to the fire wall/floorboard

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