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Old 07-19-2014, 01:32 AM   #121
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Wow, That is strange.. Hopefully you get it figured out soon. I had never heard of these issues before.

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Yeah it's crazy, the hunt still continues. It had been driving a lot more like normal but happens intermittent. This week it was much better and only happened every once in awhile, and tonight it happened the whole way home.

To get back to this thread though, received my cowl ends and installed today, very easy to install and fits well. Shipping was also very fast. Great fix!
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:20 PM   #122
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Hi all, sorry about the slow response, I used to get notified about posts about my product but? Yes, they have little ridges on the tabs that lock the cowlends into place. You have to pull the retainer pins and lift up the edge of the cowling a little bit, insert the locking tabs from above, down through the existing holes in the cowl, then GENTLY pull from underside of cowl to seat them into place. They can almost be "pressed" into place from above but I just described the correct installation. Love being a paying advertiser on this forum, overwhelming positive support for our product and have found great advice for shocks, exhaust, and passing on cold air intake. Michael@cowlends.com
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Old 08-08-2014, 09:27 PM   #123
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Got mine a couple weeks ago and the are perfect. I was going to by both cowl halves until I came across these.
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Got my cowlends today. Fit almost perfect and were real easy to install following the instructions. Other then breaking one of the little tabs, this is way better then buying the whole cowl. Matches almost perfect to my bed-liner cowl. Looks to be a solid product, good job on making these for our trucks.
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Old 08-12-2014, 03:47 PM   #125
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Great find, many thanks!!!
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Been having mine for three years... and they still look new.. still fit snug..
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Put new ones on mine today.
What is the purpose of these 2 little end pieces by the way? Why are there 2 small separated pieces at the ends instead of having the whole cowl piece longer at the ends by just another inch??
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My truck doesn't have the plastic/rubber end cowl pieces. I'm getting a rattle going 50mph+down the road it's coming from that general area any ideas?
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My truck doesn't have the plastic/rubber end cowl pieces. I'm getting a rattle going 50mph+down the road it's coming from that general area any ideas?
Search these on Amazon. Put new ones on my 05 today. These are a perfect fit and cheap.

Cowlends CE-1, End pieces fit wiper cowl of 04-08 Ford F-150 & 06-08 Lincoln Mark LT, *Retainer pins not included (See listing for COWLENDS CE-2)
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Old 01-23-2015, 06:09 AM   #130
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This has to be one of the easiest installs I have done to my F150. It took longer to open the shipping envelope then it took to install! Great product, fast shipping, and easy install!
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