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So I've noticed that I am gathering a collection of stone chips around the rear wheel wells, I do not want to add fender flairs but is there a fender lip liner/cover trim to better protect the lip on the inside of the rear fenders? The paint overall seams very thin and I am getting lots and lots of stone chips all over. At this point I'm getting tempted to cover the lip and up onto the fenders a bit with a bed coating type material but if there is another product out there I'm unaware of it.
 

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If you had a nice new fresh surface you could get clear vinyl to wrap, but since there is character now it's up to you
 

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I think all the Frontier owners suffer from pain chips at the fenders, particularly that rear fender flare. I sprayed a clear duracoat bedlinder/rockguard type product on it and that seems to work fairly well, or at least mask new spots. I also have numerous times touched up areas with matching paint.
 

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There is a local bedliner company here that does everything from full body bedlining to just rocker guards to any combination you want.

I'm going to get a quote to do around the fender flare area with black bedliner (mine is a Glacier White so should give the appearance of a bushwacker, without the external expansion), and along the bottom edge....I'm hoping the $$ is low enough to consider.
 

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I have lots of rock chips on the front of the fender flare around the back wheels. It must be something in the design that causes them to hit there. If anyone actually puts the bed liner stuff on their flares please post some pics.
 

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Before I dented my rear bumper I was going to spray bed liner inside the bumper as it is riddled with rock chips. I looked at aerosol cans at Home Depot for about $15.00 a can. Now that I need a new bumper I i wont bother. I may spray the custom bumper with bed liner
 
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