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Help! What are these?

I walked out of arbys today on my lunch break and see a 2wd ranger parked next to me and I notice this..


Anybody know what these are? maybe a part number and how much? I took my mud flaps off and i think these will look good and cover that stupid hole that the mud flaps left.
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Mud guard maybe?

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Or stone guard, this sounds better

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they are rock gaurds if im not mistaken
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Yeah, they are like a mudflap delete. i picked some up at my ford dealer for like $16 each...that might have been with the discount on it, not sure. This reminds me i still need to install them...
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Thanks guys! I didnt even know they existed till today lol
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wish they had em for steppies...
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wish they had em for steppies...
I was thinking the same thing!

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They are great for holding salt, mud, and debris. A great addition if you like rust creation.
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I am going to have to order those for the rear and a set of the splash guards for the front tire.

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chris i think i might have some scott gave me let me check later today.
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My 2008 Has those on there, they are a nusiance and i agree a rust creator.
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chris i think i might have some scott gave me let me check later today.
thanks brain. let me know.
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They are great for holding salt, mud, and debris. A great addition if you like rust creation.
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My 2008 Has those on there, they are a nusiance and i agree a rust creator.
they are no different than anything else. Salt and mud get stuck in the hollow part of the rear bumper should i take that off too? When you live in the salt belt you just have to keep up with crap like cleaning. no big deal if you ask me.
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So Brian(Auto) hooked me up with a set of these and I love them. I think they finish it off real nice.

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looks good, looks like ur front bumper is about like mine, hard to align
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ya the stupid thing keeps on doing that. i have to realign it every couple of months. It really is getting old lol.
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ya the stupid thing keeps on doing that. i have to realign it every couple of months. It really is getting old lol.
MIne never effed up on me til bout a week ago when I looked at it it was all jacked up. I knew I didnt hit anything so I thought, "Maybe Im just losin my frickin brain!" But you guys have reassured me. Thanks. Haha
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my bumper does the same thing I plan on making my own set of brackets hopefully that will nip it in the butt
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I was wondering the same thing... when I get a regular bed this will be the first thing I do besides paint
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Back to the stone guards. The other thing i did on these was put some foam tape along the top edge. Hopefully that will help seal out the grim a lil.
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If anyone else has some of these laying around shoot me a PM. I want some...... I took my mud flaps off a long time ago and Ive had the hole in the front and the bed just out in the open.
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chris, have you lifted your truck at all? also what size are those terra's?
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