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Hi Everyone!

So I received some mud flaps and other accessories (more before and afters later) in the mail last night and I could not wait to attach them. I received them from amazon and they were shipped from China but they were very high quality and wrapped with 10 feet of bubble wrap!

There were no instructions but it was pretty straight forward. When attaching them on the front you just have to turn the steering wheel to the side you are installing them and it makes it very easy to unscrew with a conventional screw driver. The back was a little more difficult because there is not much room to work with. I had to take a Philips head bit and hold it with a wrench...it worked slowly but did the job!

If anyone else does this install you will notice a hole that looks as if it does not belong since there is no existing screw there. They will ship you 8 screws all you have to do is screw it through the plastic panel. If you look close there is an indent in the panel where you have to put the screw through!

Hope this is informative and people enjoy the pictures, I have a couple more chrome accessories that I will be installing when I have time so be on the lookout!
 

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One thing to consider is OEM or other mud flaps will move on the body and wear on the paint. What I do is put the mud flap in place then trace around it with a colored pencil then place a strip of electrical tape to the line thus giving the flap something to rub on. Lasts for years and not noticable.
 

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One thing to consider is OEM or other mud flaps will move on the body and wear on the paint. What I do is put the mud flap in place then trace around it with a colored pencil then place a strip of electrical tape to the line thus giving the flap something to rub on. Lasts for years and not noticable.
Holy c*ap that's genius. :|

Something that won't be super sticky and leave a ridiculous residue, but is enough to protect underneath and is unnoticeable.

My friend, that is pure gold. !
 

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One thing to consider is OEM or other mud flaps will move on the body and wear on the paint. What I do is put the mud flap in place then trace around it with a colored pencil then place a strip of electrical tape to the line thus giving the flap something to rub on. Lasts for years and not noticable.
That is a great idea i will probably reinstall them and add the tape!
 
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