Re: Wheel Well material in winter and mud
Originally Posted by ccwd
You may be all right at how you decribe the felt fender liners. Jeep/Chrysler has brobably more than one supplier for the fender liners. They show 4 part numbers for the 4 liners, but different manufacturers would produce slightly different liners that than behave different. I live in the south, so no snow, when drive in the garage after driving the rain my liners drip about 2 quarts of water on the floor (just from the liners not from the AC or the body). I do not see much about it, that lets me to believe they are using more than one manufacturer.
So that's where the water is coming from !!!
Even on warm days with melting snow (where nothing is sticking to Jeep) I was surprised how much water I'd see in the garage a few hours later or the next morning. Where did that all come from?
Also SOME snow storms (half maybe) snow sticks badly to the wheel wells. Others it does not.
Unfortunately I dread when it snows because the Jeep sometimes makes such a freaken mess in the garage.
And you can't brush it off. It's on like cement.
If Jeep smartens up and changes this material. I will get new wheel wells.
01-15-2015 Overland 3.6L Black W/Black Int, Advanced Technology Group, Zeigler Lifetime MaxCare (pending)
OEM: Mud Flaps, Matts, Cargo Liner, Cross Rails
Tires: OEM 20"/Nokian 18"