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Old 07-14-2015, 09:43 PM
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Smittybilt XRC fenders

I just got my jeep back today from the dealership after they installed my fenders and everything else. Does anyone know if it looks like they forgot to install the wheelwell protective sleeves? I see a lot of paint and not sure how to get it to look like the last picture.



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I would like the fender wheel wells to look like this so they're not eye sore white.

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I think you are missing the liners
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I would like the fender wheel wells to look like this so they're not eye sore white.

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Is the inside just painted black?
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Some fenders require you to trim the stock inner fender maybe the dealer just removed all the fenders to resell?? And didn't want to damage it
But to get the black look try plastidip, bedliner or paint.
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You have the SB liners installed, but they removed the factory liners , at least in the rear. normally the stock liners are re-used after you trim them. whats different is the SB jeep in the second post has the wheel wells painted with the factory liners not re-installed. The aerosol bed liner in a can works well
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Old 07-17-2015, 11:43 AM
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You have the SB liners installed, but they removed the factory liners , at least in the rear. normally the stock liners are re-used after you trim them. whats different is the SB jeep in the second post has the wheel wells painted with the factory liners not re-installed. The aerosol bed liner in a can works well
Where can I find a good explanation write up or video how and where to cut the stock liners to fit under the SB fenders?
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I just got my jeep back today from the dealership after they installed my fenders and everything else. Does anyone know if it looks like they forgot to install the wheelwell protective sleeves? I see a lot of paint and not sure how to get it to look like the last picture.



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Our jeeps are identical twins!!! I spray painted mine black because I didn't get protective sleeves (or whatever they're called) to conceal the white parts; it def looks sooooo much better!!!

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