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Allright, I have just about decided to put a body lift on my truck. However, I don't care for the gap left between the front coil tower and the fender well on a body lifted truck. I know they make "skirts" to cover up that gap. Has anyone used them or seen them used? How do they mount? ALso, I believe I saw a truck body lifted with a whole new front fender lining that was three inches longer. That would be ideal, if anyone makes such a product or maybe it was wishful thinking. Any advice is appreciated.
 

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My buddy used 1/4" thick rubber to cover the gap on his IH. he just cut out the shape and used rivets. It looked professional,worked good,and was free(had the rubber laying aroundfrom a conveyor belt). Hope this helps.
 

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RuffRam,

What year is your truck? My '98 RAM came with the factory fender covers/hoods (whatever you call em'???). Most RAM's come stock with them, right??? <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/dunno.gif"> I may be wrong with the older RAM's???
 

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Tunis,
My truck did come with fender linings, but when you body lift it the fender lining will be lifted up and away from the frame creating a gap between the shock mount/coil tower and the fender. I want something to cover up that gap. I know trailmaster and performance acc. make them, I just wanted to see if anyone had used them.
 
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