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Old 08-11-2017, 09:17 PM   #11
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$87 shipped? Link? That's the lowest I have seen.
For the Rugged brand, not OEM Ford.

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If you click the option for other sellers they are $85.10 with free shipping currently from "Import Replacement Parts."

I got mine direct from Amazon with Prime for $82+$5 tax but it looks like they just went up to $89 plus tax.
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Thank you! I put the Rugged Liners on my 07 and they were great.
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Thank you! I put the Rugged Liners on my 07 and they were great.
Not a problem. Good to hear!
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I got lucky and they send me a double pack when I originally received mine from Amazon. Easy sell on craigslist.
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I sprayed mine with 3M rubberized undercoating. One can did it but i'm debating on giving them one more can. Likely will . Now im going to order the Husky liners more than likely. I just didn't like the idea of the liners trapping salt and grime. And wearing on the paint. Ive read where some say take them out and clean. Every tire rotation and thats fine. But i want as close as i can get to the most protection and less worry down the road.

Over kill maybe
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Don't believe that baloney. You can still get under there and power wash that whole area.
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Is this the same thing as the "Wheel Well Liner" for $180 that Ford offers on new trucks when you order them? Do you guys recommend that option on a fully loaded truck?
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Don't believe that baloney. You can still get under there and power wash that whole area.
All well its done now . Cost 11 bucks i don't guess its going to hurt.
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Is this the same thing as the "Wheel Well Liner" for $180 that Ford offers on new trucks when you order them? Do you guys recommend that option on a fully loaded truck?
$180? They cost $125 at the parts counter and take half an hour to install. Depends if you want the cost rolled into financing.
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All well its done now . Cost 11 bucks i don't guess its going to hurt.
Make sure anything you spray has had a week to dry before adding liners. My dad had his 2015 sprayed by the dealer and we put the liners in a few days after and the tar was still a little runny.
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