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post #1 of 18 Old 11-22-2012, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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Do I wanna go Ford or after market wheel well liners? Looked at few videos of Rugged liners but not that impressed. What does the Super Duty peoples run?

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After long unintended talk with Ford parts. I went Rugged liners. I dont think Ford parts person had any idea what I was talking about purchasing.
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After long unintended talk with Ford parts. I went Rugged liners. I dont think Ford parts person had any idea what I was talking about purchasing.
My local dealer not only had 3 sets on the shelf, they also had a Ford poster advertising them at the parts counter. I picked up a set for my 2011.



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Waiting on shipment to arrive, prolly couple more days, Is dealer part two piece??
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Well, Shipment came Wednesday and waited few days on warmer weather. And yesterday afternoon decided to install. Checked web site video few times on install, pretty easy... as long as yours doesnt have factory 5th wheel mounted. Now nothing on web site says it cant be done. Had passenger side fender braces loose and fender well liner in with outer pushpins in before I seen it wasnt going to work. Factory 5th wheel mounted has spacers to clear other frame components. And being so wheel well liner wouldnt reach the frame to complete install, Calling several dealers (none never installed), I came up with factory 800 number calling them they also had no idea on work around other than trimming it out, I wanted clean install. So after a couple hours on 15 to 30 minute install I removed it and went back to stock. DO not use this product if you have factory 5th wheel mounted and dont want to TRIM holes in it. As for intall it seem great if you dont have 5er mounted, review product video for pushpin locations driver side 2012 has serveral bracket to hold brake cable that uses same frame holes. Picture of my wheel well when it get light out, I think it would look good as long as you dont use 5er and dont see it doing any good with holes trimmed in it as wheel spray would still enter well opening

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I just installed the factory ford wheel well liners. If you purchase them you will not have any issues with or fifth wheel hitch.



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What are the part numbers of the factory Ford wheel well liners? Do you have any pics?
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