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Not sure if you have to pull the hub, I was figuring it might be enough to pull the brake rotor.
Might not be worth fixing especially if the hub needs to be pulled. Really it's just a splash shield but the action of the brake pads wipes the rotor clean anyway. The other side of the disc has no protection other than the wheel, which is not much.
It would not be the only (likely) non-essential piece I've lost off this car. At some point the center plastic fairing that goes underneath the radiator area came off and got left on the road in parts unknown. I have not bothered to replace that either. I guess there is some loss in aerodynamics but I have not noticed any difference. (Every other car I've owned has been open in that area underneath.)
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