The rear valance is a panel,which is located on the rear of a vehicle,and hides and protects structural components, and details. This panel is more important than the front valance because the rear tires are more likely to kick up mud and other debris that can damage internal structural components. The rear valance is located in the bottom corner of the rear fenders and it extends below the back bumper. How much a rear valance will stick out on a car will depend on the vehicles features and year produced. Many modern cars have begun using the rear valance to enhance the vehicles looks instead of just using it to protect structural components.
There are many different kinds of rear valances available on the market so that its styling can be matched to the vehicle it is going to be installed on. For example, a rear valance that is very plain will likely be used on trucks or economy cars while a sportier vehicle that won’t encounter as much rough conditions may have a valance with cutouts for the exhaust or better airflow. The material used to make the rear valance is normally a very hard plastic or metal that has been plated to resist corrosion. These materials will be able to withstand the punishment of rocks and dirt being kicked up into it without cracking or coming apart. There are many aftermarket rear valances available on the market for those people who are looking to enhance their vehicles looks or performance. Installation of a new rear valance is fairly simple since the factory screws and mounts are normally interchangeable between them.
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