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Old 12-02-2017, 03:08 PM
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After installing my Bushwacker Flats I did not re-install the rear liners. What is the best product to protect the wells? Berliner? Undercoat? Thanks in advance!!
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I'm fenderless and removed the rear liners completely. I've just left it as is and have no issues. I guess you're just wanting something for cosmetic reasons? I'd probably use bedliner myself if looking for protection.
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I'm fenderless and removed the rear liners completely. I've just left it as is and have no issues. I guess you're just wanting something for cosmetic reasons? I'd probably use bedliner myself if looking for protection.

I'd like to eliminate paint chipping so the salt won't have an easy time of starting rust.
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I just cut the OEM liners with my EAutogrille flares.



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I removed mine too. I would just bed line it. Leaving the stock wheel well in there would just trap the salt and stuff, with it off you could at least rinse it off. But i live is SOCAL where the weather is perfect 340 days of the years so....i don't have to deal with salt on the roads.
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All my friends use bed liner. I'm using Rust-Oleum Undercoating for wheel wells. Probably same diff, lol.
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