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Exclamation Pictures of the NEW Ford Transit front wheel well liners

While I was in Las Vegas for the SEMA Show, my Ford parts friend called to tell me the wheel well liners are here at the dealership. The following Monday I went to pick them up. This thread will show you pictures just as they were when received at the dealership and then more pictures of the liners with tags, instructions, and parts kit for each side.

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The part number for these liners.....HK3Z 16F099-A and they come strapped together as a pair with instructions.
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From the shipping tags attached to the liners, these look to come straight from the vendor, who I found out at the SEMA Show is Penda Industries. The bag with the parts and instructions in the prior link with the PAO1253 is a reference for a Penda parts kit.

From the main shipping tag, you can see it went directly from Penda to my local dealership. Note the plastic residue on a few places on the liners that tells you it probably came directly from the mold, put together and shipped out.
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The red tape around the liners was covering up the plastic bag that had the parts kit and instructions for installing the liners. Once the red tape was removed, you can see the contents of the plastic bag. It has divided compartments with instructions on one side and 2 separate areas for the LH & RH part kits.
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Here are the instructions for installing the wheel well liners. Looks like they have various languages on the instructions so this indicates these liners may go worldwide in distribution to other countries.
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More pictures of the actual wheel well liners. They even have the LH & RH molded in the part so you know which side they fit.

NOW!!!..........................You have the part number, know what they look like, and how to install them with instructions.

OH!!!! The list price on them, $215. They were showing these on the 2 Ford Transit window stickers for $295 so if you are ordering a Transit, this may be the cheapest route to get them already INSTALLED!
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Thank you for posting this info. I have been waiting for months to get info on the liners. They look huge. Please post a picture once they are installed.

Can you post a better picture of the instructions? The one you posted is red and hard to see.

Are there plans for a rear plastic liner? It sure would cut down on stone noise.
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Talking with the Penda representative at the SEMA Show, they have not been asked to do the rear liner. There was something about no place to attach it in the wheel well with NO current holes to attach one. Said they could not installed them on the assembly line unless they could be done easily.

Working with the Penda rep now to see about having the rear ones for the single and dual rear wheels available as a aftermarket part. It would then be available for order through various Penda distributors around the country.
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Interesting... installed pictures and how long it took you would be great. Thanks in advance.

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These came on my 17' 350 cargo extended tall SRW.

Are these what ford is calling "stainless steel liners" ?
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