I've seen some of the Tacoma guys make new fender liners with ABS. Probably doable in your case if it's a relatively small area that has been removed.Hey, I know you!
So, here's how it was before:
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You can see in the pic where the tire was rubbing the wheel-well liner even just street driving.
A few weeks back (before that last wheeling trip) I took a lot of material out of the liner and the bumper:
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In the middle pic you can see the foglight bracket and wiring (lower part) and the windshield washer bottle, pump,wiring etc. (upper part). All of that actually needs to come out. Yesterday I just cleaned some of the trimming up and cleaned up the wiring I had sort of pulled out stuffing the tire into it, but I didn't get pics. I mostly was poking around to see what all I'd have to do, and play with some ideas of replacing the factory foglights with a much lower-profile LED setup that wouldn't interfere at all (as you can see, the factory foglight and mount are very deep). Part of me wants to keep the factory front bumper and hide a winch like this:
(not, that's a 2004 front bumper/grill... I don't like the grill as much, but I like the bumper cover better and with round fog-light holes it'd be easier to retrofit something aftermarket)
Still, at the end of the day I think I'll go with an aftermarket bumper, probably with fog-light provisions so I'll keep all the factory wiring in place, but just ditch the fogs for now while I'm still running this bumper.
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(my '03 front end for comparison)