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Stock Fender Flare Hardware Kit

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Anyone know the part numbers for the 2023 stock passenger, rear Fender Flare Hardware kit.
I need to replace the following:
white clips flare to the body
Black clips of inner liner to flare
and the two male clips, 1 white and 1 black to the body (center of flare)

Is there this for our Jeeps?

Will this work?
 
American Adventure Lab makes a hardware kit that replaces those white clips that always break with something that is removable. The black clips for inner liner to flare are relatively available and common throughout the auto industry.
 
Good Info Viking Jeeper. Thank you! I didn't know about the AAL Kit Ordered!

Anyone running without the rear fender liner? I know there are a number of metal liner replacements, but they don't seem overly necessary for the Rears - What am I missing?
 
Good Info Viking Jeeper. Thank you! I didn't know about the AAL Kit Ordered!

Anyone running without the rear fender liner? I know there are a number of metal liner replacements, but they don't seem overly necessary for the Rears - What am I missing?
Great! Did you rip it off wheeling?
 
Yes, I stuffed the rear tire (37s) and broke half the clips all on the back half.
 
Good Info Viking Jeeper. Thank you! I didn't know about the AAL Kit Ordered!

Anyone running without the rear fender liner? I know there are a number of metal liner replacements, but they don't seem overly necessary for the Rears - What am I missing?
Main advantage to rear liners is on the passenger side. Jeep stuffed a bunch of modules up in the inner fender and the tops lay flat, so it's easy for dirt/mud/water to accumulate on top of the electrical connectors.
 
Main advantage to rear liners is on the passenger side. Jeep stuffed a bunch of modules up in the inner fender and the tops lay flat, so it's easy for dirt/mud/water to accumulate on top of the electrical connectors.
Any pictures
 
Any pictures
Yeah, and you can see the larger canisters at the top are an eye sore too. Plus this pic shows how mud sits on the connector.

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Well that seems like a design flaw....
Thank you for the info and visuals
 
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