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Old 01-03-2014, 03:38 PM   #1
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Side Skirt Replacement??

Heyy guys recently I was pulling out of my driveway and my side skirt clipped my brothers skate ramp and ripped it off! And so I put it back thinking it would stay but it didn't and it fell off while driving! Should I take it to a body shop or do it myself or where should I order the cheapest part or please help???
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Old 01-05-2014, 11:50 AM   #2
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Aren't the side skirts (rocker panel covers) held on with those push pin things? My old SN97 was. I had a rocker panel cover partially knocked off by a tire disintegrating at 60 mph. Such a noise that made. Anyway, mine wouldn't stay on for long either. I had to buy new push pins and had no problems after that. Also had to do a slight repair to the screw area on the end of the cover.
I haven't checked to see if my S197 uses the same type of push pin. Hopefully that's all you need.
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c_walsh, they are just held in with clips IIRC. I would take a look at getting the clips from your local Ford (more expensive yes, but you know you are getting the right part) or ordering them from fordparts.com. Or if it's badly damaged, now may be the time to upgrade to GT rocker panel covers, which are painted body colour and look cooler than our black textured plastic ones.
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Hey well the whole left side one is gone so I was wondering what is the cheapest place to get them and how much are the gt panels?
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same

I have pretty much the same problem although my side skirt STAYS ON


it's just shifted and out of alignment though so it doesn't line up flush with the rear fender.


I would like to replace it but nowhere on the internet mentions FACTORY side skirts.... are we out of luck? I don't think they even sell them individually...
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