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Old 09-07-2011, 02:31 PM   #1
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Fabric Wheel Well Liner

Hello the other day my Rear Right Wheel Liner came off it has a Fabric feeling and i am looking for something to replace it...

The local dealer wants 60 bucks to replace it but does anyone know anything cheaper, i loooked all over google and cannot find one single thing


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could use something like coroplast to make one.

or a auto wreckers will have one or should have one i think 00-07 use the same liner.
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What is it that it is really called?

The front is a fender liner right?

Whats the back one's called?
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rear wheel well liner is what i would call it.

if you go to the wreckers you can pull it yourself. if they are pulling it its probably better to get a new one at ford for $60. more so if thats with them installing it. (not sure if you meant the liner and install when you said to have ford replace it)
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Will i be fine for awhile driving without one, i just replaced my tires because one blow out...so need to wait for next check
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As long as you don't go puddle jumping you'll be fine, or should be. If you look at the very back you'll see a black plastic box looking thing. That is the cabin vent. It has a rubber flap inside that vents pressure from the cabin to the outside. If you get into a lot of water you can push water into the hatch/trunk through that vent.

And I'd also say a JY is your best bet for a replacement.
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