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04-05-2013 10:07 PM
mercuryman788 I used to have big rooster tails of mud and gunk from the road after driving up part of the front doors and then the rears up to the windows. After installing the front guards it never seemed to be a problem again. The big thing is that these are just big enough to stick out to be flush with the tire to catch that extra spray. I'll update if I don't think the rears are doing what they should, but I'm expecting it to be the same.
04-05-2013 07:22 PM
champjfocus
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Originally Posted by mercuryman788 View Post
The fronts were the easiest since all you had to do what turn the tire out of the way, pop off three of those plastic clips, then just pin it up with those. The rear I had to remove the tire to drill two holes in the bumper cover for some screws and then there is one tab that mounts the the brace on the bottom of the bumper.

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Front sounds easy enough and the rear doesnt seem that bad.....they dont stick out that much either. How do they do at their job, deflecting road debris, snow, etc.?
04-05-2013 07:01 PM
mercuryman788 The fronts were the easiest since all you had to do what turn the tire out of the way, pop off three of those plastic clips, then just pin it up with those. The rear I had to remove the tire to drill two holes in the bumper cover for some screws and then there is one tab that mounts the the brace on the bottom of the bumper.

Edit: I was just reminded that you do have to drill one 1/4 into the wheel liner for the third clip to install for the fronts. Sorry for any confusion.

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04-05-2013 06:44 PM
champjfocus How easy is the installation? Do you have any form a back view?
04-05-2013 05:46 PM
mercuryman788 So I got the rear ones on today and the fronts have been on since about December. They install quick and easy, look clean with the body lines and you don't have to deal with the constant sound of road crud being flung against the paint. Obviously I can only say that about the fronts, but the rears seem to be identical. Best part is that they're molding the fit the body line the runs down low for a cleaner install.
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04-04-2013 09:08 PM
mercuryman788 I just got the rears in today and should get them on tomorrow. Hopefully I'll have some to post tomorrow.
04-04-2013 09:06 PM
champjfocus If anyone could post pictures of them both (front and back) on that would be great!
03-31-2013 01:05 PM
mercuryman788 Jeeze, this is Ohio heavy in here! I guess the roads suck all the way around. Once I upgraded to 215/45/17 tires my paint has never been clean. Doing the fronts helped and I guess the rears will be soon to follow. Thanks for the PN.
03-31-2013 01:03 PM
Bobby95
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by cheap RA i assume you mean the non-urethane ones. don't get those, they will become mis-formed due to wind and such while driving. either fork out the big bucks (100+) for the urethane ones, or get ones like these:
http://www.amazon.com/Powerflow-6401...ocus+mud+flaps
I put up a post about mudflaps a few months ago And a few members on Here pointed me to that direction.they all said that they held up good, guess I'll see this spring ;)
03-31-2013 12:54 PM
Dedbent
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I bought a set of ones off of ebay from China, don't waste your time or money on them. I swear that there used to be a Ford kit for the front and rear, but now all I could find was for the front, which are nice. PN for the fronts is 8S4Z-16A550-AA.
Thanks for the part number. I was also able to find the rear as well. The PN for that is 8S4Z-16A550-BA if anyone is interested.
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