Reviewed By David S (Gibsonia, PA) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Suburban —1/1/2012 7:57 AM
Reviewed By John D (Dulles, VA) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Suburban —7/27/2009 2:23 PM
The TFP model fender trim looks impressive from side viewing. Much more chrome displayed than that of the factory aluminum trim. The only drawback is that the factory trim covered the underside of the body wheel well edge completely. The TFP trim only covers half of the painted wheel well edge which also places the mounting screws closer to the outer edge of the wheel well. The former covered wheel well edge surfaces now show as the TFP trim only covers half of that surface area. Except for this one fault, the overall appearance of the TFP trim is good.
Reviewed By William J (OLYMPIA, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra —2/5/2016 3:42 PM
My truck has mud guards and fiberglass rear fenders. The front trim had holes drilled and went on easily. The rear trim had only slots for the metal pieces that were to be folded. In order to use screws on the rear trim, I tucked the trim into the loosened guards and had to drill extra holes to fit the trim to the forward curve of the fender.
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