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Old 03-25-2015, 07:22 PM
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Plastic inner fender wells

plastic inner liner in the rear wheelhouses on our 92 are brittle and fell apart when we removed old lock boxes this afternoon (actually dropped our 1/2" socket between the body and plastic liner, the more I reached around between, the more plastic we lost).

Not an emergency, but does anyone know of a good source for these or maybe have a set of unused rears laying around?

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I've seen these for sale as a replacement item, but I don't recall where. Mine have largely crumbled away on my passengers side and less so on the drivers side.

If I stumble on where I saw them, I'll post it up. Probably Quadratec or 4 Wheel Drive I'm thinking.

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Rip them out and undercoat or bedline it. Those plastic pieces hold crap and mud in there, causing rust.
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Good point on the bed liner... I'll dig into that. Thanks.
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Rip them out and undercoat or bedline it. Those plastic pieces hold crap and mud in there, causing rust.
Bedlined mine and completely happy with the results.
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Rip them out and undercoat or bedline it. Those plastic pieces hold crap and mud in there, causing rust.
+1

I used a spray can of rubberized undercoating on my rear wheel wells. I think I got it at Autozone

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