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Front Inner Fender Liner...

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by TundraLaw, Sep 10, 2018.

  1. Sep 10, 2018 at 3:55 PM
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    TundraLaw

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    So when I got my lift done, I asked my shop to trim my front inner fender liner. Instead they removed the entire thing. They tried reinstalling them, and messed up. I couldnt get them back in, and today Toyota just said they couldn't do it and I need to order them again, while both are in fine working order (they gave up).

    What do I do, and can mud/snow/water get up on the back end of the fog light and parking sensors if I leave it alone?


    Thanks guys

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  2. Sep 10, 2018 at 3:57 PM
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    cut liner enough to protect the fog and use zip ties/drill to hold in place without rubbing tire.
     
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    ^^exactly what TheBeast said.
     
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    perfect. Didn't think once about Zip ties but that would make everything a lot easier. Thank you.
     
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    Just purchased a used tundra and noticed it was missing these forward fender liners as well. Anyone have a part number for both sides?
     
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    AzureNightmare

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    What liners are the guys with steel and tube bumpers using? /s

    I took mine out, don't plan to put them back in, the originals are vented and let water in anyway. If you cut them for larger tires its just adds to the amount of water and debris that gets in, but doesnt get out.

    OP do you have pictures of the liners? Sometimes the outside tabs break, you can still install them if they are, its just trickier.
     

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