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Old 10-02-2013, 03:10 PM   #1
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Splash guard recommendations?

My Focus has a pretty decent paint. Since moving ot the west coast, I see it's not very common for cars to have splash guards. I prefer them since they keep the car looking nicer, esp. from rust. We also do quite a bit of skiing and outdoor activities in the mountains, so they will be utilized

I dont' plan to keep the car forever, but I just think it will look much more "finished" with splash guards/

I plan on getting a reputable body shop to install them.

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I like the molded to fit Ford ones. They are about 40-50 a pair, but really look the best IMO.
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^^ agreed, although the flat ones, with larger area, like Auto Armor, will be more effective. Let us know which ones you choose, and post photos of the results.
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yes post pictures as I would like some also but would like to see what they look like first.
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I like the molded to fit Ford ones. They are about 40-50 a pair, but really look the best IMO.
True, I agree they look best, but I'm going for that "rally" look. My car is black...maybe a set of 4 red ones to contrast the black? would probably be cheaper than OEM

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yes post pictures as I would like some also but would like to see what they look like first.
Dont' worry, I will :)
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