The composite ones had a little meat to them and work well. If, you are worried about replacing the oem shield that you broke then shipping shouldn't be to bad for 6-8 ounces. I'd part with mine for actual shipping costs but, that might add up since it has been sitting under my storage building for several yrs. and has collected crud.HenryJ wrote:Your stock front shield was plastic............
HenryJ wrote:Your stock front shield was plastic, not composite. All the production crew cabs came with the plastic steering shield. The composite shields are different and hold up remarkably well to all but abrasion.
turkeestalker wrote: Two said they were sure they had them, but it was too messy and muddy with the recent weather to even look to verify! (Man us midwesterners are real 'nancy boys')
It will work just fine. Been there , done that.turkeestalker wrote:...picked up an aluminum front cover, a little scuffed and missing the screw type holder for the oil filter cover. ... I think that the one from our plastic covers is identical so could be swapped out.
That will work if you add your own notch to the back for drips from our drain plug. A couple cuts with a hack saw and you can break out a notch. Easily done. I have done that as well.there was one of the older style engine shields with the square hole instead of the notch in the back but I left it
Not. They will not fit. The hole spacing is not far enough apart for the crossmembers. No way to make them fit at all. Leave that one there.an older transfer case cover on a 1st gen. blazer, that looked similar to ours and would probably work fine.
Edited .com to .net. They work now.mars2878 wrote:Link in post #5 doesn't work
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