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58 K,Miles, what all should I check before the warranty runs out!

Hi All, I just bought a 2012 Ford E350, 58 thousand miles, 5.4 L, XLT, Ext bed, for $15,000 cash. On both side, along the Bottom 6 inches, for the lenght of the van, Ford has some kind of Tape. Maybe to protect the body from rocks. On the L/side this tape has Air Bubbles under it in many places, and I think it could peel off. How hard is this to repair? Is the tape under the paint job? Would it be covered under the 60,000 mile warranty? If I take the van to the dealer, what else on this vehicle should I have inspected under the warranty?

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