Reviewed By Mark S (Harleysville, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —5/8/2015 5:11 AM
I rated the installation a 3 because I was told that no drilling is required for these mud guards. That was not true with my F-150. You have to drill at least one hole on each mud guard. Also, you will need a very short drill and screw driver to install the rear guards or you will need to remove the rear tires. Be careful when marking the drill holes or there will be a gap where the guards meet the fender.