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Old 08-01-2014, 06:15 AM
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1952 F1 Rear Splash Gurad?

I know the 52 has read splash guards that mount somewhere behind the running boards and in the rear fenders. I've attached some pictures/diagrams showing them, but I do not know exactly where and how they mount. In the diagram, they are part#'s 16412 and 16413. Can anyone produced a picture of them installed and/or explain where and how to mount them? And, lately, has anyone tried to protect the wood floor edge that's exposed in the wheel well? I'm doing a resto mod to my 52 F1. The build can be viewed at Classic RestoMods - Home and click builds, F1. I also just bought another 52, flathead V8, 4 spd on the floor..... Thanks Mark


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Those mount in the lower corners of the front fenders. Here are photos of my front drivers side looking to the rear.

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Mike... thanks a lot for your photos.... totally makes sense now. So the picture of the used part I attached goes in front of the running board, I get it. But the diagram makes it look like a different part than I thought. It looks like another part that goes to the rear of the running boards.... what's your thoughts?
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The 16412/3 shields are listed in the Ford parts catalog as a rear wheel splash guard, used in platform (flatbed) applications. There's various complete part numbers for the different applications.

I believe the splash shield in question here, under the front fender is the 16022/3 part, not pictured.
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Thanks Wayne... makes sense.

I see you have a Mercury.... I bet they're rare?

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Does anyone know if these can be bought new anywhere? The ones on ebay (if you can find them at all) are pretty fay gone. I guess the splash shields would be fairly easy to make?
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They're not available new. I'll have to dig but I think I have a good used pair. 48-51 and 52 are slightly different. What you show in your post is for a 52.
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They're not available new. I'll have to dig but I think I have a good used pair. 48-51 and 52 are slightly different. What you show in your post is for a 52.
51 PanelMan, I do have a 52 F1... Thx Mark
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