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Old 02-10-2019, 08:19 PM
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I am thinking about trading my F150 for a 350 and am confused about what you actually get with the optional wheel well lines. Reason I ask is the XLT I looked at that was sitting at the toledo auto show looked like it already has liners but there weren't listed as an option on the window sticker.
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Old 02-10-2019, 11:56 PM
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Front and rear wheel well liners are optional for Super Duties. Without them, the front has a grayish fiber liner and the rear has bare metal that is the color of the truck.
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Front and rear wheel well liners are optional for Super Duties. Without them, the front has a grayish fiber liner and the rear has bare metal that is the color of the truck.
thank you for your reply but this is why I'm asking. The XLT at the show had bkack plastic front and rear with nothing on the sticker. Since it really is a dealer shiw maybe they put them on.
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The dealer probably put them in because the trucks look unfinished without them....IMO, fender liners and splash guards should be standard equipment.
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