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splash guard/shield/something. I need a name to find a replacement.

I replaced the drivers side upper control arm the other day with a Moog, and had removed the splash guard (?) from inside the wheel well to get at the two camber bolts. The shield or guard or whatever it is was just a sheet of rubber that protects the engine from debris and water/snow coming off the tire. It was in bad shape and almost falling apart, but I cannot seem to locate one online, as I do not know the proper name for it. Anyone?

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Rockauto.com for ~$9.00
It only shows the right side available , but they can be reversed and trimmed.
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About $25 from Ford
Part # F87Z-16102-AA
"SHLD ASY-FRT FNDR AP"
98+ Ranger.

As Ken said, listed for passenger side only but can easily be used for the driver side by simply reversing the push pins.
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awesome guys, thanks a bunch!
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I was gonna post this exact question. :)

Is this the part number from RockAuto.com for it?
VARIOUS MFR Part # FO1251144
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I was gonna post this exact question. :)

Is this the part number from RockAuto.com for it?
VARIOUS MFR Part # FO1251144
That's it. I see they have a couple in stock for both sides.
The other side is #FO1250144
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If I wanted to keep the engine compartment cleaner in a 98+ Ranger, I would definitely not use FO1250144. It is the equivalent of the 1/4 length driver side part that Ford used for a few years (my 03 came with one) and it is totally worthless. Ford doesn't even bother installing this shortened part on the newest Rangers.

FO1250144


The "passenger side" part is the full length shield and it will fit either side of 98+ Rangers. Ford used to use a full size shield like this on both sides and the only difference in part numbers between DS and PS was the direction that the push pins face. Simply pushing out and reversing the push pins will convert PS to DS.

FO1251144



"Passenger side" part numbers that will fit on either side.
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PS splash shield:

OE Ford part number: F87Z-16102-AA
Retails for about $25 each

RockAuto Part # FO1251144
About $9 each plus shipping

The Ford shield comes with push pins installed. I don't know if they are included with the RockAuto part.

Here's what happened to Swoop's LII with the lame 1/4-length factory DS guard. Expect the same or worse on the newer Rangers that have no guard at all:






[And, OBTW, if you think you can just go back to the part number that Ford used in 98 for the full length DS shield and order it, think again. I tried that and I got another of the stupid 1/4 length parts because the P/N had been superceded. That's when I wised up, ordered the PS part and reversed the pins.]
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If I wanted to keep the engine compartment cleaner in a 98+ Ranger, I would definitely not use FO1250144. It is the equivalent of the 1/4 length driver side part that Ford used for a few years (my 03 came with one) and it is totally worthless. Ford doesn't even bother installing this shortened part on the newest Rangers.

FO1250144


The "passenger side" part is the full length shield and it will fit either side of 98+ Rangers. Ford used to use a full size shield like this on both sides and the only difference in part numbers between DS and PS was the direction that the push pins face. Simply pushing out and reversing the push pins will convert PS to DS.

FO1251144



"Passenger side" part numbers that will fit on either side.



Here's what happened to Swoop's LII with the lame 1/4-length factory DS guard. Expect the same or worse on the newer Rangers that have no guard at all:






[And, OBTW, if you think you can just go back to the part number that Ford used in 98 for the full length DS shield and order it, think again. I tried that and I got another of the stupid 1/4 length parts because the P/N had been superceded. That's when I wised up, ordered the PS part and reversed the pins.]
Okay so will that fit a pre 98 ranger or will i have to do some trimming or what..? cause that is the only one i can find and i cant find any for a 94...
RockAuto Part # FO1251144
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