Reviewed By James A (Elkton, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 —10/19/2016 8:29 PM
They were easy to install. No drilling required.
Reviewed By Ronald S (ROMEOVILLE, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Chrysler 300M —10/13/2016 1:13 AM
Little bit of installing but worth it. The hi-shine matches our 2002 Chrysler 300M black car body very well. No hardware or instructions included. I used about 5 stainless steel screws per wheel.
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The only time mud starts slinging worse than a county-supervisor political campaign is at a Jeep Jamboree. Once these 4-wheelers and their fun-loving drivers start hitting the bogs, the mud is guaranteed to fly. And, that begs the question: how to install mud flaps on a Jeep?