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Old 04-05-2013, 05:44 PM   #11
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How easy is the installation? Do you have any form a back view?
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:01 PM   #12
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The fronts were the easiest since all you had to do what turn the tire out of the way, pop off three of those plastic clips, then just pin it up with those. The rear I had to remove the tire to drill two holes in the bumper cover for some screws and then there is one tab that mounts the the brace on the bottom of the bumper.

Edit: I was just reminded that you do have to drill one 1/4 into the wheel liner for the third clip to install for the fronts. Sorry for any confusion.

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The fronts were the easiest since all you had to do what turn the tire out of the way, pop off three of those plastic clips, then just pin it up with those. The rear I had to remove the tire to drill two holes in the bumper cover for some screws and then there is one tab that mounts the the brace on the bottom of the bumper.

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Front sounds easy enough and the rear doesnt seem that bad.....they dont stick out that much either. How do they do at their job, deflecting road debris, snow, etc.?
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I used to have big rooster tails of mud and gunk from the road after driving up part of the front doors and then the rears up to the windows. After installing the front guards it never seemed to be a problem again. The big thing is that these are just big enough to stick out to be flush with the tire to catch that extra spray. I'll update if I don't think the rears are doing what they should, but I'm expecting it to be the same.
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