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Ford is not looking at supplying the rear wheel liners at this time except for the Dual Rear Wheel models (order code 87B).
I'm pretty sure these are not wheel WELL liners. These are just wheel liners.. they are stainless steel wheel liners that cover the wheels and make them appear to be stainless steel. It's a glorified hub cap.
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The first 2017 Ford Transit Order Guide dated 5/11/2016 did not have the order code for the Wheel Well Liners. The order code 15C Wheel Well Liners (front only) came available when the Order Guide was updated on 8/1/2016. When did you place your Transit order?
In November.

I had the August guide, and didn't see them. Nor did sales dude find them in the computer. I will rattle his chain.


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It is on page 12 of the 8/1/2016 updated Ford Transit Order Guide. Get the dealer to order the liners and do the install at the dealership for the price that is listed on the window sticker, $295
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That's a clean trim job you did to get the mud flaps back on, bicyclist! I was going to toss my flaps, but seeing the pretty job you did, I'm going to have to up my game and trim my liners, too

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That's a clean trim job you did to get the mud flaps back on, bicyclist! I was going to toss my flaps, but seeing the pretty job you did, I'm going to have to up my game and trim my liners, too
Thanks. I think it's worth keeping the mud flaps and it only requires trimming the liners a bit.

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