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Undercarriage protector???

Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Exterior Discussion' started by Julia Degnan, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. Julia Degnan

    Julia Degnan United States New Member


    This 2019 stinger part came down today after I went over a slight dip in the road. Can anyone tell me what it's called and if it is expensive to replace? It feels like a particle board-like material. We had to cut it away to drive it, but I'm worried about what it does. Is it a water protector?

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  2. Hawk373

    Hawk373 United States Member

    Central Jersey
    Lower deflector 29110-J5100
  3. MerlintheMad

    MerlintheMad United States 10000 Posts Club!

    West Jordan, Y00TAW
    Hi. Undercarriage panels are absolutely necessary to prevent road and weather damage/attrition. I ripped both front panels up by high-centering on a median strip in deep evening. (What a memory!) Yours must have not been attached along the front, which means someone is very remiss!o_O:eek::mad: And yes, they are not cheap. Mine cost $553.32, and $74.80 to install. Part number for that front one is either 29110-J5100 or 29140-J5300: I can't tell from the invoice which is which.
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    (edit: ah, look at new posts before posting. 29110-J5100 it is then. :p $295.68 List; $268.80 Net)
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2020
  4. HDTurbo

    HDTurbo United States Member

    Saratoga, NY
    Maybe someday there'll be a tougher aftermarket replacement, like the Primitive Racing model I have on my Legacy GT Wagon...Would likely add weight, however.
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