I am designing a "shrink to fit" liner kit but am having difficulty with propane torch settings.Our Maverick started production on the 18th. We dropped both the drop in then a spray in during the order so it would not be held up. On the 19th I called my dealer's parts department to order a drop in liner that could be added when we picked up the Maverick. He told me there isn't even a part number for them to order it. Its only a matter of time until an aftermarket company is selling a drop in liner. We may do a Raptor spray in liner instead. Not sure yet. Waiting to see what is available when we take delivery of the Maverick.
Yes, probably has amber rear turn signals as well as they are required in most countries outside of North America as they are significantly safer as well. Might even have power-folding mirrors.I don't see the mirror turn signals listed on the options sheet. Is that just for the county the video is made for?
Add me to the drop-in club. I've had both over the years. For my needs, drop-in is the way to go. I haven't had a rust issue either, but I lived in the southwest and north to about central California, where things don't really rust at all.LOL! This situation amply demonstrates how a commonly-held opinion or belief can be changed overnight. Everyone harangued the drop-in as being so inferior, and after a few owners talk about having drop-ins without any problems, and a pretty picture of a drop-in with logo’s is shown, now everyone is saying they would take one! Most of you who end up with a drop-in will never remove it or look under it, and it will still be in the truck when you sell it. Ask me how I know this.
I'm thinking turn signals on the mirrors are probably going to pop up during the mid cycle refresh.Yes, probably has amber rear turn signals as well as they are required in most countries outside of North America as they are significantly safer as well. Might even have power-folding mirrors.
Turn signals on the mirrors among other features would show up in later years if enough people request them to Ford Motor Company.
I called my dealer today to order one for me when my Maverick arrives, he could find it on his parts list yet.Does anyone have the Ford Part Number for ordering the Hard Drop-In Bed Liner?
Looking on the Ford Maverick Build page, the Ford Price List Sheet and the Ford Accessories Maverick List I do not see the Ford Part Number for ordering it.
Don't know if the signals are any kind of Country requirement but if you notice in the video, there is no privacy glass. I'm betting that's not allowed due to the high crime down/over there.I don't see the mirror turn signals listed on the options sheet. Is that just for the county the video is made for?
Can't get the bed extender with the drop in. Won't fit.Prior to buying my Maverick I had a 2000 Ford Ranger XLT 4X4 with a drop in factory bed liner. When I sold it the bed paint under the liner looked great. Once a year or after hauling any material that could get under it, I would pressure wash the bed, the liner, and under side of the liner. 17 of the twenty years I owned it I lived in Arizona which was favorable for preventing rust and mold.