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Set of four (front and  rear)

Made from 1/8 inch thick  steel

Powder Coated for superior  protection

Includes: Mounting  hardware and instructions

Installs in minutes

Made in the USA

Protects a-arms and provides protection for CV  Boots.  Works with stock plastic front guards.  The front guards  provide CV Boot protection from underneath and some protection in the  front.  Because of clearance [...]

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