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Old 09-23-2013, 11:07 PM   #11
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How did the install go? Just some basic self tapping screws into the wheel well?
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How did the install go? Just some basic self tapping screws into the wheel well?
Yeah, took 10 minutes. With two people and a lift it was a lot easier. I lined them up, walked about 20 ft away to make sure they were even, and had my cousin drill them in place. They look awesome and help a lot (got them in just before the town paved the road I work on, saved me a bunch of tar and rock damage).
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Yeah, took 10 minutes. With two people and a lift it was a lot easier. I lined them up, walked about 20 ft away to make sure they were even, and had my cousin drill them in place. They look awesome and help a lot (got them in just before the town paved the road I work on, saved me a bunch of tar and rock damage).
Woohoo! I have a 4-post lift in my garage so this won't be an issue then. Thank you :)
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Cost me $24 shipped.

Here's how they look on a 09. I painted the rally armor logo green.
How did you fit the ones in the rear? On my 08, the wheel well is a lot narrower then the fronts, and a large portion of the flap sticks out past the wheel. Did you cut it down?
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How did you fit the ones in the rear? On my 08, the wheel well is a lot narrower then the fronts, and a large portion of the flap sticks out past the wheel. Did you cut it down?
You have to move the splash guard a bit or cut into it

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Yeah I cut it down some so it didn't stick out too much. Didn't want such an aggressive look.
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So my dad and I just fabbed up some custom brackets for the rear flaps. I'll post pics after its all buttoned up

Uploaded the pictures to imgur in an album. Link here: http://imgur.com/a/M793b
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So my dad and I just fabbed up some custom brackets for the rear flaps. I'll post pics after its all buttoned up

Uploaded the pictures to imgur in an album. Link here: http://imgur.com/a/M793b
Very nice work on those, wanna sell me a couple brackets?
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The OEM for "mud guards" retail for around $75 (set of four) and don't require any modification (or didn't on my car) and don't quite project the Yosemite Sam look.

What I mean is they look like they belong there, though they don't offer quite as much protection as those pictured in this thread.
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