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I'm currently having rubbing issues on my car on the inner fender liner. Most people usually cut the inner fender or use a hammer and hammer it in so that there is no more contact with the tire in turns. My question is why doesn't anyone just remove the entire inner fender???? Is there something that I don't know that will damage the car if I do that?? What is the purpose of that inner fender anyway???? That rubbing sound is so irritating!

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Rob's girlfriend likes it when I rub her "inner fender". :D
 

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Speeyuk said:
Rob's girlfriend likes it when I rub her "inner fender". :D
rob's gf is his right hand...

SLOwner... what car?? why is it rubbing?? too low?? tires too wide?? wrong offset?? that inner fender is part of the body.. i believe ours is welded together with the 'outer' fender... i've tried cuttin and rollin in the fender on my car... :D
 
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