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Old 09-05-2020, 01:44 AM   #1
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Can anyone identify the name of this part? Its the plastic piece inside the metal fender that "connects" the rear fender/bed to the mudflaps. The other side is missing it and id like to get a replacement. Http://imgur.com/a/Hd6Yhvq
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Old 09-05-2020, 11:43 AM   #2
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Rear splash guard, I Googled and Ebayed my ass off for new, not to be found. David29 came through though. Here is a picture of front splash guards I cut from plastic/vinyl diamond plate patterned carpet runner (7$) from Lowes, used old one for a pattern. After this picture I upgraded the front brakes to Dual Piston.


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Can anyone identify the name of this part? Its the plastic piece inside the metal fender that "connects" the rear fender/bed to the mudflaps. The other side is missing it and id like to get a replacement. Http://imgur.com/a/Hd6Yhvq
The plastic piece that follows the wheel opening, Nissan calls it a "under cover" oe pt# 93899-01G00 (left side) hope it helps..
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Probably a part you will have to scavenge from another truck, I would think. If you can't find one, you could pull the other side piece and fabricate yourself another one from plastic as Nunya did. If you want it to match (sort of) just spray paint it black.
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Old 09-08-2020, 10:32 PM   #5
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I’ve looked for these used on many junkyard hardbodies and they’re all either missing or torn. I don’t think Nissan used a very durable material for them. I think it’d be better to cut out your own from some other type of flexible liner material.
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