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Options for front inner wheel well/fender liner/splash shield

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I'm not referring to the mudflaps here. The piece I'm referring to is plastic and uses body clips to hold it in place. Purpose being to prevent debris from collecting in engine compartment. I have to do some serious offroading in mud and high water just to get to pavement from my house in southern oregon. The originals have disappeared or disintegrated.  Anything aftermarket? Fabrication ideas are appreciated because it's new to me. 

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I do a bit of off roading in deep mud and rocks and what not and needed a similar solution. What I have works great and I made a you tube video detailing it out.

 

 

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If you don't want to use rivets, you can buy plastic push fasteners that are similar to the originals at your local auto parts store. They are easier to remove than rivets and look a whole lot better. Plus, if you get the right size, they work just fine.

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41 minutes ago, Stoffregen Motorsports said:

If you don't want to use rivets, you can buy plastic push fasteners that are similar to the originals at your local auto parts store. They are easier to remove than rivets and look a whole lot better. Plus, if you get the right size, they work just fine.

I used small bolts, lock nuts, and big fender washers, they sell the little plastic push deals at the auto parts store I just dont like plastic

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For what its worth, for what you pay for 12 -16 fasteners at the parts stores here, you cant buy a large kit off ebay for the same price or even less.  Last one I got had an assortment of 200???  They can be handy to have around for lots of auto projects.

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I bought rubber sheeting from Menards and used the old ones as patterns and held them in place with plastic rivets 

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