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Old 01-21-2010, 09:30 PM   #1
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Front & Rear Splash Guards?

hello everyone, i just got a 07 ZX3 and was searching for a set of splash guards for both the front and rear . did some searching online and did find the ford flat mud flaps but was wondering if they make a set of molded ones for front and back , i did see the molded for the back but not the front for the ZX3. thanks for any help!


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I'd like a decent set for my '10 SES also. The wide tires on the model surely make a mess of the body, front and rear in the rain/snow.

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do a search for these two ford numbers. fit 00-07 they were 42 bucks each set on a dealer website, ebay would be cheaper
molded rear ys4z-16a550-focus
molded front ys4z-16a550-ffocus (2 f's)
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I've been thinking of getting some too. I'm also getting my car rust proofed in a couple months once the winter was over. Think it's a good idea to put these on before the rust proofing or afterwards?
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on the front molded splash guards it says will not fix ZX3 model, is there something different on the zx3 from other models in the front? thanks!
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I know for a fact that Ford makes molded guards for the Focus, 2nd and 3rd gen. I know this because when I ordered them for my 07 ZX3, I got a set for an 08 coupe.

The front end of all first gen Foci are identical, as far as the back half of the wheel well is concerned.

And just a note... I was hoping these things would keep the nasty tire sling crap off the side of my car. It helped a bit, but I still get spots all over both sides when I drive through anything wet. I -am- running an SVT-spec set of wheels and tires though, so that may be the cause. The guards might do their job with stock wheels.
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on the front molded splash guards it says will not fix ZX3 model, is there something different on the zx3 from other models in the front? thanks!
they will fit yours fine, all the fenders are the same on the first gen
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One thing you'll need to make sure of is if you have the factory sides skirts they require a different set than without side skirts.

I know it doesn't pertain to the OP by just throwing that out there to others who might read this thread.
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