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1994 Ranger 2WD - Source For Front Disc Brake Splash/Dust Shields.

RangerXLT1994

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Need to replace the front disc brake splash shields 1994 Ranger XLT - 2.3L - 2WD.
Ford P# E9TZ2K004B - For 2 WD - I'd take the 4WD and then trim to fit if I could find them.
4WD P# - fotz1214a or FOTZ*2K004*A.

Shown here: Front Brakes for 1994 Ford Ranger | TascaParts.com
or at 1989-1994 Ford Splash Shield E9TZ2K004B | Varsity Ford

Can't seem to find them anywhere - I also tried Mazda B3200 parts
P# - ZZL033261 or ZZP033261 depending on where you look.

ZZL033261 - Splash Shield - 1992-1994 Mazda | Cheapest Factory Parts
No luck there either.
Tried a couple of sites for JDM parts from Japan but the B2300 wasn't sold domestically so no luck there.

Can't seem to find them any idea where to locate a pair?
I'd even take something close and re-drill the mounting holes and trim it to fit.
Thanks in advance!
 


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There have been a number of discussions concerning the dust/splash shield. Do a quick search and you may find a source amongst the post. I found a set on eBay for $99.

I ended up making my own. Not perfect, but function and the price was right.
 

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Hi @rumblecloud - I've been looking but no luck so far - How did you fabricate your own?
Can you share the materials, dimensions, etc. - do you have a template of blueprint?
 
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Hi @Vindictus - appreciate the lead with rearcounter.com - never saw them before but I did send inquiries in on both potential sources - Thanks!
 
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Hi @rumblecloud - I've been looking but no luck so far - How did you fabricate your own?
Can you share the materials, dimensions, etc. - do you have a template of blueprint?
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I didn't really have any measurements. I used the one decent one I had left as a model and made the other two. I could for sure take some pics and measurements for you if you want. I do have a 4x so they may be a bit different.
Lemme know.
 

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Here is what I have left - It attaches with 3 small bolts.
Looks like it covers the leading edge (toward the front) and then stops where the caliper covers the rotor toward the rear.
Does the 4WD version look anything close?
 

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From what's left of yours, they look a lot different. This is one I used as a model:
4x4 brake dust shield.png
 

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Here is what I have left - It attaches with 3 small bolts.
Looks like it covers the leading edge (toward the front) and then stops where the caliper covers the rotor toward the rear.
Does the 4WD version look anything close?
I have a set at the house from a 94. I also have a set from a 97. both 2wd. I can get pictures this evening if you need them for reference. There are several in a salvage yard down here in SC.

I am doing a brake upgrade on the front of my ranger and won't need them most likely.
 

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I used shields from a 95+ Explorer on my 97 Ranger outers. Had to drill new holes, but the diameter was right.
 

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