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Old 03-08-2013, 10:56 PM
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Did you guys have to jack up the rear a little via the tow hitch to provide more room to slide the liner between the tire and body? Maybe this has been asked before and I'm such a that I need to search?
Looking at adding these. Oh I like the dynamat idea cut to fit the inside of the liner - thanks Hotlap
You are most welcome and be sure and test the fit of the Dynamat on the rear side of the liners as you don't want extra thickness around the mounting areas...hope that makes sense??
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Old 03-11-2013, 02:04 AM
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Thanks guys sounds like removing the wheels is the way to safely do the install.
Hot lap - makes total sense with the dynamat placement. Forgot how useful it is beyond custom stereo applications
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Old 03-11-2013, 03:58 PM
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How weather resistant is the dynamat? I would expect that it'll get soaked - even if it is behind the molded plastic (ie: push pins going through, etc).
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I picked up a set of OEM liners on eBay. Easy install and love the look.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:53 PM
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I don't have liners from the factory, dealer installed, or aftermarket...but I am interested to learn if the 1/2 liners I've seen on 2013 Raptors (and some older F-250s) will work on my 2013.

The liners I've seen on the Raptor are not semi-circle hard plastic, but are maybe 18" long by 12" wide flaps mounted in the rear of the wheel well. They're just big enough to keep debris from being thrown on the undercarriage south of the rear tires.

I have Linex in my rear wheel wells, and want free access to the shocks and bed from the wheel well, so these flexible deflectors would be great for me.

Anyone know what I'm talking about, and if the stock Raptor flaps will work on an F150?

(Sorry, don't have any pics at this time.)
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:32 AM
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How weather resistant is the dynamat? I would expect that it'll get soaked - even if it is behind the molded plastic (ie: push pins going through, etc).
That's a valid question for me as well.

DK -Also thought about the line x option when I got my bed done but, haven't seen the Raptor flaps. Sounds interesting.
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I just ordered a set of the Ford liners for my truck. I looked online first at Tasca... I noticed that they are listed twice, with 2 different prices

Part Number BL3Z9927886A
Part Name PANEL - WHEELHOUSE -

MSRP $133.99
Core $0.00
Save $30.82
Online Price $103.17


BL3Z-9927886-A
MSRP $133.99
Online Price $113.89
Wheel-Well Liners

So if you want to buy there be sure to search the PN. Searching the PN provided the lower cost. Shipped it was $114.52 for the cheaper price.

But then I called my local dealer to see if I could get them quicker. He first quoted me $149.99 + tax for the liners. I told him I could them for $115 from Tasca and he said "wow, our price is $90" so I asked him what he could do for me and he offered me 20% over his price, plus tax.

So I'm getting them from him tomorrow for just a couple bucks more than the Tasca price since this way I can get them installed this weekend.

Just thought I'd share my experience. I assume all dealers get the same price from the Ford warehouse (???) so maybe you can use the info to get a better price from your dealer.
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