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post #41 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-19-2010, 01:36 PM
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Re: Mud Collecting Wheel Wells

Hey Guys Bushwackers really help. I dont see much mud hiding at all now. I also did some triming before the install. I pulled off one Bushwacker last week and no dried mud caked up unlike the factorys.

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Re: Mud Collecting Wheel Wells

I park in the street and set the sprinkler underneath for an hour or so. Works alright its the lazy way for sure. i bet the city appreciates all the extra dirt also

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Re: Mud Collecting Wheel Wells

I think I might spray some Pam in those pockets, then GreatStuff them. That way (in hair-brained theory at least) if need be I could chunk them out and remove the hardened blob of Foam in pieces, without it being bonded to the truck.

Maybe even try to get a little bit of Saran wrap in there in between the Pam and the Foam - it's not like it needs to seal up every nook and cranny - just block the entrance...
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I think I might spray some Pam in those pockets, then GreatStuff them. That way (in hair-brained theory at least) if need be I could chunk them out and remove the hardened blob of Foam in pieces, without it being bonded to the truck.

Maybe even try to get a little bit of Saran wrap in there in between the Pam and the Foam - it's not like it needs to seal up every nook and cranny - just block the entrance...
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And duct tape......

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