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Old 12-10-2017, 01:04 PM
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XRC fenders with inner fender liner pics please

Iím going to install some smittybilt XRC fenders with hyline bare steel inner fender liners. Has anyone run into a snag with inner fender liners with these fenders? Iím thinking it should work but havenít seen many pics at all with aftermarket liners with these fenders. Pics would be great. Thanks.

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Canít help re: XRC fenders. We had to trim the plastic support structures that sit beneath under our stock fenders to get them to work with the HyLine inner fender liners.

Here is a picture of what is exposed when the HyLine liners are installed (apologies if you already have them installed and weíre mostly concerned with seeing photos of the fenders):



If any of the supports for the XRCs extend into the wheel well, you might have to make some cuts into the very front edge of the liners since they pretty much sit flush.

Also they use 3 of the mounting points, which might conflict if the XRCs use those points as well...

Hope that helps...Good luck!

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Walt. Thanks for the info, even though Iím not using my factory flares your pic is helping a ton. Iíll have to figure something out with three of the mounting points on the xrc flare but it looks like it will work. I donít have mine yet but there arenít really any pictures of this liner it seems on the net just yet. I have a lot of wind daily in my area and drive about 110 miles each day. You think these inner fender liners will wobble in the wind or do you think they will stand up to it?
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Walt. Thanks for the info, even though Iím not using my factory flares your pic is helping a ton. Iíll have to figure something out with three of the mounting points on the xrc flare but it looks like it will work. I donít have mine yet but there arenít really any pictures of this liner it seems on the net just yet. I have a lot of wind daily in my area and drive about 110 miles each day. You think these inner fender liners will wobble in the wind or do you think they will stand up to it?


You wonít have any issues with unwanted movement. They are secured well...

There are several other fasteners holding it in place, the three you can see in my picture are just the ones that Ďmightí conflict with the fenders.

Just FYI the printed instructions that come with the fender liners arenít the best. Stick with the online videos...they are way more helpful.


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