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    Evo mini fender liners.

    My new mini fender liners showed up today, Evo recommends painting then to prevent corrosion and such. It being aluminum I was curious of how many people have actually followed that advice. Just curious, if I should clear coat them or not.


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    There is clear durable coating out there I think Ddays used on his rig. Can't remember what he coated though. Yes, I would coat them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    There is clear durable coating out there I think Ddays used on his rig. Can't remember what he coated though. Yes, I would coat them.
    Alright thank you, ya I think I'm going to coat them just to do it right and be safe ...Thanks for the input.

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    I've left mine bare, but I live in Arizona where they stay dry and are not exposed to road chemicals in the winter. No issues yet, they still look great.
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    I painted mine, too shiny for my taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    I've left mine bare, but I live in Arizona where they stay dry and are not exposed to road chemicals in the winter. No issues yet, they still look great.

    Ya am out in socal so don't need to worry about chemical, just the occasional beach day.

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    Yeah mine are looking fine after 6-7 months but I live in socal as well.

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    Paint them and they will just chip and look like crap. I left mine bare on Drew's recommendation.
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    I painted them with the same spray paint I painted my EVO sliders, and if you get a chip you can just touch them up.


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    I colored mine with a sharpie.

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