Roll up your sleeves gentlemen
Reviewed By Andrew L (MANALAPAN, NJ)
—4/30/2015 3:42 AM
No cutting involved ONLY if you remove and discard the splash guard underneath the bumper - what a pain. Removing that piece of plastic takes forever. Then, you've got to cut grooves out of it to accommodate the mounting brackets. Once the hardware is on, replacing that splash guard is grueling. I would suggest cutting a larger groove in the guard... definitely at least 2 inches wide rather than the suggested half inch... so the hardware can be adjusted before tightening everything down.