Missing undercarriage part after rebuild
My 2017 gas Pacifica encountered a loose piece of retread awhile ago while on the freeway which caused some front end damage. Off the top of my head what got replaced was front body part, grilles, shutters, radiator and alternator. All seems good, except the other day while pulling into a parking spot, I went a little too far in - but noticed the absence of a sound I had always been used to hearing. Normally when pulling into parking spots, a curb would often times come into contact with a set of metal prongs - not quite sure what to call them - that hang down, bolted to some part of the undercarriage, just under the front end. One is in roughly in front of each wheel. I'm not sure of their function, but always assumed it was something to keep you from possibly going over a curb or some obstruction and snagging the felt undercover. I'm guessing the autobody shop didn't reinstall as perhaps they got sheared off.
In the rebuild these prongs are no longer there. I've looked for them on parts websites to see what they are called, but can't seem to locate. If I see another Pacifica, I'll snap photos of what I'm talking about, as I'm sure my description is a bit vague. I'd like to go back to the shop that did my autobody work and have them added back, but if first got to verify what they are called.
Anyone know what part I'm talking about?
2017 Pacifica Touring L (gas) w/tow. April 2016 build.