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Rear fender well liners

Does anyone have pics of the custom molded rear fender well plastic liners installed?

I bought a set called rugged liners, they would not fit the well because I have a factory 5 th wheel hitch installed.

If not for that they would have been in there. Good coverage .

I was wondering if there I'd a company that makes the rear liners like the factory front ones, the carpet style?

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Ford offers them, they are black plastic


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You are right, I think the exact same company, they don't fit with the 5th wheel package.

Which is a bad deal because they are nice.

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I just got my 2014 with the factory tow prep. It came with factory wheel well liners. They are not the plastic ones, but almost have a felt like feeling to them.

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Ford part number BC3Z-9927886-A list is 134.00 we have them in stock.


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I just got my 2014 with the factory tow prep. It came with factory wheel well liners. They are not the plastic ones, but almost have a felt like feeling to them.
I just picked up the factory ford ones, $167.00, these are the plastic ones.

I would really like to match the front ones, which have the felt look.

I'm really looking for the ford part number for the felt ones on the rear.

Do the felt ones you have go all around the fender well? Not just the rear portion?

Could you snap a picture of one side?

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I just picked up the factory ford ones, $167.00, these are the plastic ones.

I would really like to match the front ones, which have the felt look.

I'm really looking for the ford part number for the felt ones on the rear.

Do the felt ones you have go all around the fender well? Not just the rear portion?

Could you snap a picture of one side?

Thank you
I could take a picture, but don't know how to post pics on here. I believe they go all around the fender.

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I have the wheel well liners on mine and have the 5th/GN prep.

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I just installed the Ford factory ones I bought. They fit well everywhere except around the edge of the fender where they don't tuck in behind the edge. Disappointed because I know rocks will get stuck in there and rub and look nasty. They needed 3/8 of an inch more plastic around the edge.

Darn.

Anybody know the felt factory ones?

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I took a heat gun to both fender wells, got the plastic hot and pressed in behind the edges....held them in as they cool, they shrink back out again a bit, but it definately helped tuck them in.

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