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Old 07-25-2012, 06:58 PM   #1
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Does anyone remember if the ford rear wheel inner fender liner would fit with Weather Tech mud flaps? Are they any harder to put in with the mud flaps on? I'm thinking of getting a set.
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They did take a bit of fudging on my buddies 2010 XLT, but they look great. I did the Ford liners, but used farm flaps.
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[QUOTE=eyeflyone2;1908837]They did take a bit of fudging on my buddies 2010 XLT, but they look great. I did the Ford liners, but used farm flaps.[/QUOT
Thanks eye. Did you take the wheels off? When you said that you did a bit of fudging, did you have to cut any thing?
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No, but two people and a few small pry bars like a Wonderbar, will make it go quickly....like 15 min. each. The Ford units fit better...perfectly actually. And they are thicker material.
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Thanks again. Info is very helpful. I'll be ordering a set next week.
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Set em out in the sun for a couple hours, nice n pliable.
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I have a set on our truck and love 'em. They fit and look great.....and really should be a standard item on at least an XLT or Lariat on up.....
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Does anyone remember if the ford rear wheel inner fender liner would fit with Weather Tech mud flaps? Are they any harder to put in with the mud flaps on? I'm thinking of getting a set.
Thanks for any info!
I have them on my 2011 FX4 and have the WT mud flaps. They both share only one connection. Lining up a couple of the holes took some effort. I used a thin screwdriver to help line up the holes. Also, not sure why, but the passenger rear was more difficult to install than the driver side. Had to jack the rear end up, place a small 2x4 between the bottom of the liner and axle, and slowly lower the rear until the 2x4 pushed up the bottom of the liner and I could insert the liner clips that hold it in place. The drivers side slipped in without any problems.

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Set em out in the sun for a couple hours, nice n pliable.
This is a good tip too. I didn't remove my wheels and the pliability really helped.

Gook luck.
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I didn't remove mine either, but I'm a body tech, so it was no big deal
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Thank you, all. This information is very helpful.
I'm planning to install them in the next week or so.
Thanks again!!
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