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Old 05-16-2022, 10:48 AM   #1
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Truck Fender Liner

The fender liner (splash guard) on right front wheel well on truck has a piece missing. Found new one on ebay. This shouldn't be hard to replace but have thought that on many repairs in the past that turned out much more difficult! Anyone experienced on this "minor" repair? Thanks,
 
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Old 05-16-2022, 04:07 PM   #2
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NavyBanker - I searched for videos “install 2012 Chevy fender liner” and several videos come up. I watched part of the first video which was from a body shop replacing the whole fender, but they did show the fender liner coming out and going back in. I’m not sure I know what a fender well splash guard is however.
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If you are talking about mud guards, many choices available on line for your specific truck, no drilling required. Easy Install. On my truck, was able to use existing fender wall screws attaching the fender liner. Holes in the mud guards fit perfectly. Got mine thru Truck Accessory shop.
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I didn't know what the proper name is either. But googling answered it!
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This is the video I watched. The screen shot below shows him pulling the fender liner out of the wheel well.


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Thanks Aggies from the Vols, very helpful!
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