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1970's,1980's Ford Courier,mazda B2000 Sundowner Nos Rh Fender Splash Shield on 2040-parts.com

US $12.99
Location:

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:D77Z 16102-A Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front Part Brand:Ford Motor Company Surface Finish:See pictures

This is an NOS RH (passenger side) front fender inner lower shield, Ford part # D77Z 16102-A. This shield bolts to the inner lower fender and inner front radiator core support on Ford Couriers and Mazda B2000 Sundowners from 1977 thru 1980 (and likely fit additional years of these vehicles which you would need to determine). This assembly line installed steel splash shield is essential for protecting the frame and lower inner fender from debris when driving. The large round hole is for accessing the rear front bumper bracket bolt. This splash shield was made in Japan and has been obsolete from both Ford and Mazda for many years. The shield measures approx. 8" x 8" and has never been installed. The last two pictures show this shield installed on the driver's side of a 1980 Mazda B2000 Sundowner. Perfect for replacing missing, rusted or damaged RH splash shield with a factory original. See my eBay Store for more Ford Courier and Mazda B2000 pickup parts including the pair of NOS inner front fender splash shields. Payment is expected within 10 days of the close of the auction.We charge actual shipping only and are always glad to combine shipping on several auctions or you would be welcome to pick them up at our shop.Thanks!

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