(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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Hey. What's going to guys? Adam here with americanmuscle.com. Today I'm bringing you a detailed overview and installation of the Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards in black, fitting all 2015 and newer F-150's. In this video, I'll be going over the functionality and expectations of the Husky Well Guards as well as the materials and constructions. I'll top everything off with the installation, which I'll tell you up front will get a solid one out of three wrenches on a difficulty meter. So let's jump right into it.The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards in black are going to be for all 2015 and newer F-150 owners out there looking to pick up some underbody protection when you're hitting offroading dirt and mud trails, and want to make the cleanup process a lot simpler. When talking about the functionality of the Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards in black I have with me today, it's really coming down to making your life a lot simpler and easier to take care of when it comes to those hard to reach places under your body.Now, when it comes to that stuff, you're talking about the shocks, the frame, and other vulnerable parts that may come in contact with trail hazards such as mud, rocks, and other kinds of debris. Now, another plus when picking up these Rear Wheel Well Guards from Husky is that it can actually give you F-150 a more finished look with a sleek black materialistic finish that can actually hide your frame to body gap, which is definitely more noticeable in the lifted kits on your F-150.Now, when it comes to the materials and construction, this thing right here was manufactured right here in the USA out of a durable all black, all weather thermal plastic material for of course durability and all-year-round usage. This thing is impact-resistant so it's good for all year round again, and it can handle whatever is thrown at you on the offroading trails.Now, as far as making your cleanup a lot easier, this is definitely gonna impact one your hard to reach places under the wheel. Well, like I said, shocks frame and other vulnerable parts, in order to clean these suckers off, all you've got to do is pop them off, hose them off, and pop them right back on. It's really simple. Something any novice can take care off.Now, at the time of this video, the market isn't exactly chock full of rear wheel well guards for the F-150 2015 or newer. The good thing about this is you can get these for just about 130 bucks, which in my opinion is not a bad price at all given the added protection, the impact-resistant material, and the easy to clean addition to the underbody of your F-150.Now, when it comes to the installation, like I said in the very beginning, this one is gonna get the one out of three wrenches, something anybody can take care of in about 30 minutes or so with a couple of basic can tools like a ratchet and simple socket set. The kit's gonna include everything you see here as well as some U clips, and screws, and all the hardware necessary to get the job done. Overall, like I said, 30 minutes in the driveway at home, definitely a one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter.Well guys, just to wrap things up here, if you're the owner of a 2015 or newer F-150 and you're looking for a very affordable way to get some under body protection to protect those vulnerable parts like your shocks and subframe, you might want to check out the Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards in black, which are always available right here at americanmuscle.com.
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January 11, 2020
Make sure you clean your hubs out first, I forget about that with the first one! Speaking of the 1st one... it took some serious effort to get it up in there property. once it popped in, inserting the screws into the clamps was a piece of cake. probably took 30 mins of pulling, pushing and twisting. If you want to take it out... good luck with that. I forgot to clean the hub first. Crud. 2nd one popped in easily as I now knew how to do it. I also cleaned out the hub. Noted on F150 forums online that other buyers trimmed their liners slightly for a much easier in/out. Or did it on a hot day/warmed up the liners to make them more flexible. Couple good tips I could have used ahead of time. Nice product, looks nice, can be a ----- to install/remove.Helpful (0)
January 06, 2020
So easy to install - will make clean up after going down muddy roads even easier.... what's not to like?Helpful (0)
December 30, 2019
Looks cleaner and better
I really completes the look. I would highly recommend this productHelpful (0)
November 15, 2019
Good Product, American Trucks not so much.
These fit my truck very well but they are side specific so if youre having a lot of trouble fitting them try switching sides. Bought an open box one and was missing half the hardware. Reached out to American Trucks and was informed they don't check returns for parts and I would have to source my own bolts/nuts locally.Helpful (0)
November 14, 2019
So far so good. Pretty easy install. Secure the screws first then push the liner in place.Helpful (0)
October 31, 2019
Opening the box was a surprise - I cant believe these come with no installation hardware. But, a trip to a Tractor Supply, and $6 worth of stainless nuts and bolts, and they're installed. They took a bit of shoving around to line up the holes with the holes in the truck body and bed, but not a too-difficult job - I economized on the curses used.Helpful (1)
October 25, 2019
When you first take it out of the box my first thought was it lokks cheap. Then I put them on and it looks far from cheap. It looks awsome! Having a silver truck it is like night and day. Only took 15 to 20 minutes to install.Helpful (2)
October 24, 2019
Fit good but they could go down and cover a little more on the sidesHelpful (0)
October 06, 2019
Husky Wheel Well Liners
These liners seem well made and fitment inside the wheel well is snug. As other reviewers noted, the pre-drilled holes are a bit off, but they can be muscled into place with a little effort. They are not so far off that you can't make them work. The holes that the clips fit into are slotted so that helps. I gave a 4 star review for this reason. I would actually give a 4.5 if it were possible. Also note here that I have the Weather Tech mud flaps installed. These liners will fit into place without have to uninstall them. The rear screw will be tricky to get to, but it can be made easier with a right angle screw driver.Helpful (2)
August 25, 2019
A Must Have!
These wheel well guards are a must have for your truck. The covers are perfectly matched for your vehicle and should be a OEM part that is already on the truck. Thanks American Trucks for this awesome part.Helpful (1)
i installed weather tech mud flaps on my F150, will they interfere with installing the wheel well guards?
The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards should not interfere with the WeatherTech mud flaps
WILL THESE WORK WITH A 6 INCH LIFT? ARE THEY LONG ENOUGH?
The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards are not effected by lifts and will fill the wheel well of the bed without any issues.
I have Bushwacker fender flares on my truck. How will these interfere with them or not?
The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards should not interfere with Bushwacker Fender Flares.
Will these for STX model
Will these wheel well liners work with Weather Tech mud flaps and a Firestone Air bag system?
The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards will fit with Weathertech mud flaps. These would not clear the Firestone air bag system without cutting a large section out for the airbag to pass through.
The Husky Rear Wheel Well Guards will work with the Barricade raptor style flares yes.
Unfortunately this fitment excludes the Raptor as the wheel wells of those trucks are slightly different than those of the King Ranch, Platinum, XL, XLT, Lariat and Limited models.
(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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