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post #1 of 11 Old 11-13-2012, 05:23 AM Thread Starter
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Rear inner fender wells

You would think ford would still include the rear inner fender wells in a $50,000 + truck! Oh yea they have them in the accessory book $133.00 + 45 min job but worth it to me. It’s just the principle of it.

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LOL! when did that become on optional extra?
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Still a good bang for the buck. I haven't seen any truck come with them as standard equipment.
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date on the instructions was 1/12/12

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Make your own. That's what I did with my 2010 it's ridiculous. So cheap being able to see up in there

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I got mine from Rugged Liner for $100 bucks, put them in in about a hour! Good deal I think.

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Has anyone installed them with a B&W gooseneck hitch installed.I noticed on the rugged liner install that you had a push pin that went into the frame rail.

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I have the factory 5th wheel and had to do a bit of trimming for fitment but other that that, pretty straight forward.

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I got mine from Rugged Liner for $100 bucks, put them in in about a hour! Good deal I think.

Could you post up some intalled pics?

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I got mine from Rugged Liner for $100 bucks, put them in in about a hour! Good deal I think.
Same here, $82 free shipping. I didn't like the way they seemed loosey goosey around the bottom edge, so I drilled some small holes about 2" apart at the upper portion of the bump stop closest to the frame and ran a zip tie around the bump stop bracket. Black zip tie, don't even notice it. Seemed to snug it up really good.

Over all, mod under $100 = good!!!

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