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Old 02-02-2015, 04:52 PM   #1
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Was aligning my doors and fenders one last time and noticed I needed to install the splash shields. Walked over to my bench to find the replacement rubber (less then 2yrs old) and 0 miles, had deteriorated to this brittle mess, cracked and falling apart. Just venting, hate cheap stuff. Picked up some good sheet rubber and gonna cut my own. Picked up 25sf sheet rubber in 1/8 and 1/16 for $20, and it looks a heck of allot better then aftermarket stuff. This stuff makes great steering column and heater box to firewall gaskets too. You can never have enough of it.
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