Have not gone down to check out yet....but online they have steel set for same price. That are a little higher lift, but lower weight capacity. Thanks for tip on discount coupon.
Went down to Harbor Freight and was gonna get the taller metal ones, but when I took display out to see if it would clear the TourX... it would not.
Thanks for checking. That piece of plastic covers the radiator. The hole or center cutout is for the hood latch.I would go to the dealer and ask for a quote. I found this here: Splash Shields for 2018 Buick Regal Sportback | GMPartsDirect.com
But it looks different than what I have but perhaps they are different between sportback and TourX. But my guess is this isn't right either. Can't believe that stamped steel with cut outs is only $20 so I think this must be plastic.
I'm coming up on 12,000 miles, so I'll be doing an oil change and tire rotation shortly. I'll look for a stamped part number if no one gets to it before I do.It would be nice if the next time someone here does an oil change to see if there is a part number stamped on their gravel shield. If there is one, then post it.
Not sure but sounds like maybe they did not have on 17 Regals without AWD?LJ, could you hand me the 12mm socket?
Seriously, I haven't had any luck finding one. I was over at the local Penske Cadillac dealer that handles Buick and they couldn't find the part either, weird.
I tried looking under a 2017 Regal, no luck. I may try looking under Opel Insignias next.
It would be nice if the next time someone here does an oil change to see if there is a part number stamped on their gravel shield. If there is one, then post it.
If you have the fastners for it toward back of car it probably had one. Mechanic could have taken bolts out when he did not have to since that end has slots, and if loose would have fallen off most likely.I guess this begs the question, does a 2019 FWD Sportback come with the gravel shield from the factory?