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Justin: If you're looking to clean up the appearance in the rear wheel wells, while also adding a little bit of protection at the same time, well then you might wanna consider adding the Rough Country Rear Wheel Well Liners that we have here today, for your '21 and newer F-150 at home. Now, the liners will feature that black durable polyethylene build, along with a limited lifetime warranty, all for right around that low to mid-$100 price point. Now, the site's gonna call this a pretty strong one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, maybe an hour or so to complete from start to finish. But, as always guys, if you hang with me for a bit, we'll walk you through this job later in the video. So, wheel well liners, in my humble opinion, are an awesome addition to any rig, for two big reasons. First and foremost, gonna dramatically clean up the look of those rear wheel wells on stock, but especially on lifted trucks. And secondly, will also help protect those wheel wells, frame, and bed from dirt, rocks, and ultimately, corrosion long-term.Now, how does it go about doing this? Well, they are gonna serve as sort of a barrier or shield, if you will, for not only the wheel wells themselves, but also some stuff underneath the truck that we already mentioned, again, frame, fenders, underside of your bed, which can be a problem area for rust on, obviously, non-aluminum trucks. Obviously, we're talking about the '21 and newer F-150 here, but it can be problematic on other generation trucks. Now, that barrier that we just talked about, at least in this case, will, again, be that very thick polyethylene or plastic material, that has a little play or give to it, but honestly, they're gonna be very tough, guys, and hold up to the rocks, mud, basic overall abuse being thrown at it from the rear of your rig.Now, these things have been designed in a way that really form fits those wheel wells, and will be very low-key in appearance once everything's been installed. Speaking of which, guys, these things will be held in place using the included J-clips and screws, that should not require any drilling for most owners. Now, the second big pro here outside of protection is, of course, appearance. Let's face it, guys, the factory wheel well really isn't the most visually appealing portion of the truck. And again, this really gets magnified on light-colored trucks, such as your white, silver, red, etc., and especially on those trucks that are lifted a good bit, as you are seeing more of that wheel well itself.Now, some people will go about maybe bedlining this area, roll-on, spray-on, etc., and that might do a good job, but that really depends on the quality of that job, as that sometimes can be hit or miss, especially if you do it in the driveway and it doesn't turn out all that great. Now, the Rough Country options here, on the other hand, will give off a very factory-like appearance or vibe once they have been put in place. But this is a great time to segue into the install, guys. And as I mentioned earlier, most owners should not expect to encounter any drilling whatsoever. Instead, you're gonna use the pre-existing holes, along with the included hardware. But now, to give you a better idea of just what you will encounter in the garage or driveway, here's a detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown. Check it out.Man: Tools required for this install include a ratchet, an extension, and a 10-millimeter socket.So, for our first step, we have one 10-millimeter bolt that we're gonna have to remove, but make sure you put this in a safe place, because we will be reusing it on our fender liner. So, we have these two factory holes in our fender well that we're gonna be using the U-clips on. These are included in the kit. They're just gonna slide over, and then we can put a bolt through on the front side. So, the flat side of our U-clip is gonna be facing out of the truck, and our threaded part is gonna be facing inside. So, now we're ready to install our fender liner. So, when you're looking at it straight on, the one with the hole on the left side is gonna be for the passenger, and the one with the hole on the right side is gonna be for the driver.So, now we can go ahead and line up our fender liner. And then, once we have our holes lined up, we're gonna take our bolt, with our rubber washer included in the kit, and thread that through. And then we'll come in and tighten those down with a 10-millimeter socket. Now we can reinstall our 10-millimeter bolt that we removed earlier. And then we'll tighten that down with our 10-millimeter socket. So, now we're back behind the rear wheel, and in front of the exhaust pipe. We have one more hole down here, that we're gonna be using a tree clip and a rubber washer for. And we have that same hole on the other side that we'll use that same hardware for. Now, on the front side of the rear tire, we're gonna do that same thing, with a tree clip, and a rubber washer on the back side. And then once we have our first side installed, we can repeat the same process on the other side.So, that'll wrap up this review and install of the Rough Country Rear Wheel Well Liners, for your 2021 to current F-150, excluding the Raptor. Thank you for watching, and remember, for all things F-150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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