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Wheel Well Guards2015 Ford F-150

Wheel Well Protection never looked so good

Husky Liners® Wheel Well Guards cover, protect and boost the appearance of your truck's wheel wells. Who’d have ever thought a wheel well liner could look so sexy?


Floor mats, mud flaps, and wheel well tubs look and great fit perfectly. Thanks for making…
- ikelee
I would have been nice if the product description CLEARLY stated that this is a replacement…
- sammy76
Had to drill one extra hole in each liner so it would line up with the existing body hole.…
- Mark mark mark mark

Product Features / Videos

Meet Ty Hanlon

Ty is a father that likes to go hunting with his son and appreciates vehicle protection products that help keep his truck clean. He wanted a product to cover and protect his truck's wheel wells. Watch the below video to learn more.
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Stop the road's rage.

Guard your wheel well from rust and decay caused by rocks, dirt, salt, and debris while making your truck look sweet.

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Tougher than nails (or rocks for that matter).

Our durable, impact resistant all-weather thermoplastic material holds up to whatever the road spits at it.

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You'll be mudding in no time.

So quick and easy to install you'll be on the road to off-roading in no time.

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Easy. Now.

Our Wheel Well Guards are ridiculously easy to clean. Just spray them down with a hose and they'll be good as new.

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Guaranteed...FOR LIFE.

When we say it's "guaranteed for life" that is exactly what we mean. No hassles, no guff. If you have a problem, we'll replace it. Capeesh? For details:

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Designed and Manufactured in the USA.

We pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all. Need we say more?

Prepare to get creative -
- Mlieb - 55 to 64 Male
I must state that I recently purchased a brand new 2016 F350 Super Duty Extended Cab Lariat 8' bed truck arrived December 21st 2015, much to my surprise this new 4X4 truck had virtually no wheel liners rear or front, Come On Ford !!! really disappointed here and if you look at the interior of the wheel well you can clearly see how the tires will throw anything they catch straight into the bed siding pockets forward and entire wheel well where it can fester and turn into corrosion. Ford will get a piece of my mind directly after this review !. Now to the Husky Liners !, after my dismay of Ford building a 4X4 costing in excess of 60K with no wheel liners I researched the web to find the answer, narrowing in on the Husky for the rear I order the ones specifically for my truck make and model. They arrived as stated, packing was good, instructions a little insufficient. I proceeded to install them and recognized they came with metal spring clips and screws to hold them in place by means of attaching them to the Pre-Drilled Factory Holes on my Wheel Well Edge, (Painted Edge I must add) which tells me they will eventually scrape and rub thru movement likely to happen as Frozen Snow and other heavy elements attached to them until exposed metal is ready for the elements, do not see the value on this attachment method at all.
While going thru the install I noticed Cut Out Circular Notches on the liners and sure enough, they lined up perfectly with the Pre-Drilled Factory Holes and herein lye's the problem, The Metal Spring Clips referenced above were not large enough to capture the liner to secure them, not even close so they were virtually useless. The liners should NOT have had these Circular Cutouts made at all or provide securing mechanisms that would actually work and, not create a situation for chafing and corrosion. I had to spend much more time than necessary to devise a way to get these liners secured to my wheel well and I am still uncertain they will sustain the rigors of New England Winters. My rating is legitimate, if you own a F250 or 350 2015 or 2016 model and know what I have encountered and have a solid solution I would love to hear it.

Steve Bower, Engineering Manager

Thank you for your review and thank you for choosing Husky Liner products! The Wheel Well Guard (WWG) is not designed to be attached to the screws where you describe trying to attach them. Not all trucks have the wheel lip molding so not all trucks would have screws in these locations. We purposefully notched out the WWG so it would fit around these screws. For that reason you would not be able to attach the u-clips at these locations. Per the instructions the u-clips are only used as a back-up nut to further secure the WWG in the “A” and “D” locations as described in the instructions , here is a link to those ( Please do call us at 800-344-8759 or e-mail me at your convenience to further discuss this. As always, if you are installing a product and have any question at all please do contact us with any questions at that time.

2010 GMC Sierra -
- Cimota Knup - 25 to 34 Male
Drilling required. Holes were not pre-drilled in the linersr Also lacked hardware to install and took 2 weeks to get liners. Overall disappointed. Kept them to save the return hassle and made them fit.
Shipped quickly -
- Glen - 55 to 64 Male
Bought about a month ago. Quick arrival. Edges facing outer fender well were wavy and not wide enough in one spot causing a gap which will allow grime and water into my fender well. I wish attention to detail during manufacturing was a bit better.

Steve Bower, Engineering Manager

Thank you for your review and thank you for choosing Husky Liner products! Please do give us a call regarding this purchase. One of the Engineering staff members spoke with you regarding a Super Duty truck, but the part listed here is for an F150--and the parts would not be interchangeable. Our number is 800-344-8759 or you can e-mail us at

OK wheel well liner -
- tuff65 - 65 or over Male
I bought for 2015 f150 supercab. The two center holes line up ok, but the lower front and lower back holes do not line up. I had to drill new holes which was a pain in the a__. I really thought they would fit better. I recommend buying a diferenr brand.

Steve Bower, Engineering Manager

Thank you for your review and thank you for choosing Husky Liner products! The F150 wheel well guards should not require any drilling. Please note that the parts are nearly identical in shape and you can easily place the driver’s on the passenger side and vice versa. The two parts do have a molded in “DS” and “PS”, but it is not overly large and you could overlook it. Beyond that we are not aware of any fitment issues. It is a large part and can get a little squeezed in the packaging -- for that reason we do suggest not tightening any of the fasteners until they are all in place. I would seem that you already have the part installed so I do not know if you would want to remove it. You may be able to see the stamped in DS and PS indications though. Please do call us at 800-344-8759 or e-mail me at as I would like to have more information on this fitment issue.

2015 F150 poor fit -
- Greywolf - 45 to 54 Male
Overall expected a better fit. 3 out of 4 screws lined up with existing holes. Had to muscle in the bottom edges. A small section is partially exposed. Quality is fine, fit could be much better. No excuse the fastener holes do not all line up.

Steve Bower, Engineering Manager

Thank you for your review and for choosing Husky Liner products! The Wheel Well Guard for the new F150 is “side specific”—though the parts will physically fit either side. We do mold in a mark notating the “PS“ and “DS” sides. If a part is installed on the wrong side the holes would not line up. Please do contact us at 800-344-8759 or e-mail me at if you have any question/concerns related to installation of your product.

unexpected charge/didn't fit well on passenger -
- cory - 25 to 34 Male
bought rear wheel well liners for my 2013 f150. Passenger side didn't fit very well. Drivers side fit perfect? Also, was charged $70 after delivery to canada. Looking back I should have just bought from my dealership in town. Would have cost less.

Steve Bower, Engineering Manager

Thank you for your review and for choosing Husky Liner products! We are not aware of any issues with the installation of the Wheel Well Guards on a 2013 F150. If your Wheel Well Guards are not fitting as expected please contact us at or call us at 800-344-8759. We only charge $10 per boxed item for orders shipped to Canada. Any extra cost is related to taxes levied by the Canadian & Provincial governments and import duties. We use the US Postal Service where possible as they have the lowest duty structure. Unfortunately, USPS has a size limit and very large items must ship via UPS or FedEx.

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