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plastic fender liners

my fender liners are making noise anyone take them out??

pros / cons ?
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you can take them out but they keep the stuff from going up into the top of the bed rails and causing rust.


what do you mean there making noise? if they are loss just reattach them somehow
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should have added its the front liners. don't know whats wrong with them.. they just started rattling...
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