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Splash Guards Molded Front(2003-2005)
Splash Guards Molded Front(2003-2005)
The molded front splash guards were an easy install as you are able to turn...
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Splash Guards Molded Front(2003-2005)
by Craig Bender Date Added: Wednesday 04 February, 2004

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It took me a little over an hour to install four guards. Using the right tools makes the installation simple. You can keep the rear wheels on if you have access to a right angle drill (I used a Makita cordless). Also using screw machine length drills (stubby) instead of jobber length makes it much easier to drill the 3/32" and 1/4" holes. When drilling the 1/4" holes into the existing plastic wheel well liners (one hole at each guard), back the liner with something (I used a wood 2x4),
otherwise the liner will flex and move when drilling. The sheet metal screws that go into the drilled 3/32" holes take a considerable amount of pressure to get started. Once you get them started, lighten up on the torque as you drive them in. As mentioned in other reviews, you can turn the front wheels to get better access when doing the installation. If you keep the back wheels on, you will need a stubby phillips screwdriver for the sheet metal screws. You can also use a socket wrench if you have a phillips socket attachment. The guards look good installed. They seem like they should do a good job keeping water, dirt and debris off the body.

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