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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-10-2017, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
 
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just wanted to get some ideas of what you guys have used for the rear well areas?
I'm thinking of buying the husky rear well covers but still on the fence and thought of spraying a cylicone sealer but would like to ask for advise
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I ordered my '13 FX4 with Fords OEM wheel well liners in the rear, they looked really good. Can't speak to the Husky ones, but Fords were pretty good.

Silicone sealer won't cover up the box to frame gap like the wheel well inserts, but probably not a bad idea, the more protection the better.

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I ordered wheel well liner as part of my 2018 package but it seems to only be in the front. Does anyone know if that is normal? I am new to Ford and new to trucks so I was pretty disappointed when it came with only the front.
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I ordered wheel well liner as part of my 2018 package but it seems to only be in the front. Does anyone know if that is normal? I am new to Ford and new to trucks so I was pretty disappointed when it came with only the front.
Wheel well liners for the rear are an option according to the build and price on ford.ca. I'm pretty sure the front is always somewhat lined to to protect the engine bay from crap. Did you maybe not get what you paid for? I'd check to make sure they ordered them.

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Wheel well liners for the rear are an option according to the build and price on ford.ca. I'm pretty sure the front is always somewhat lined to protect the engine bay from crap. Did you maybe not get what you paid for? I'd check to make sure they ordered them.
I am starting to think you are right. I paid for these options :

3.55 ELECTRONIC LOCK RR AXLE (Not sure how to verify)
SKID PLATES (Not sure how to verify)
ALL-WEATHER RUBBER FLOOR MATS (Got it)
PICKUP BED EXTENDER (Got it)
136 LITRE/ 36 GALLON FUEL TANK (Got it)
WHEEL WELL LINER (Not sure what that looks like)
SPRAY-IN BED LINER *ACCY (Got it)
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All that info should be on the window sticker that came with the truck, I would hope the dealer included that with your paperwork after the PDI.

If you look in the rear wheel wells and see plastic, you got the liners , if you see the bed and the frame, you didn't.

Here's a Google pic of the Husky liners, but same idea.



Skid plates, just look under the truck and you should see them.

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This is why I love forums. Confirmed that's what I have. Thanks, Moderator SVT4MT.
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Glad to hear it.
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