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    Inner Fender

    Any other JT owners have their inner fend sucked in by the tire? I was on a road trip to get my Dad after he had some medical issues. While I was pulling into a gas station I heard this grinding from the drivers side. After I noticed the issue on the drivers side I saw the same thing on the passenger. Also anyone who knows how to rotate pics would be a great help!

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    I recall reading something about this a couple months ago. IIRC, inner fender material was too thin and it would warp and not stay in place. I also recall something about Jeep updated the part with thicker plastic. I'll try to find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I recall reading something about this a couple months ago. IIRC, inner fender material was too thin and it would warp and not stay in place. I also recall something about Jeep updated the part with thicker plastic. I'll try to find it.
    Thanks for help with the pics. I guess it's good to know that there was other issues and not isolated. I'll see what they say when I take it in for my rear drive shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasont0311 View Post
    Any other JT owners have their inner fend sucked in by the tire? I was on a road trip to get my Dad after he had some medical issues. While I was pulling into a gas station I heard this grinding from the drivers side. After I noticed the issue on the drivers side I saw the same thing on the passenger. Also anyone who knows how to rotate pics would be a great help!
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