Reviewed By Andrew S (Freeport, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 GMC Sierra —4/24/2014 3:57 AM
These went on pretty easily. I had to pull of the rear tires, but no big deal. Good fit.
Reviewed By Michael W (SIOUX FALLS, SD) Reviewed for a 2015 GMC Sierra —7/13/2014 6:21 PM
Everything goes together pretty easily except for when it comes time to slide the flaps into the bracket. The fit is exceptionally tight and I finally used some lubricant and a dowel to spread the bracket. Once installed, it then has to come back to cut it to size once you put the intended trailer on the hitch to measure for the correct length. Overall, once you put it back together in final assembly, it is very nice. All components are heavy duty and the unit seems like it will be durable.
Reviewed By Lee B (Fort Huachuca, AZ) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra —4/28/2009 10:21 PM
I'm not very adept at this kind of work, but even I had no trouble. The guards lined up perfectly. I did drill and add two extra bolts, personal preference. The only real problem I had was with the vehicle and it's fender design. My old body doesn't bend like it used to. They look sharp, and really add to the looks of my new truck, a GMC 3500 HD. I didn't know the difference between mud guards or mud flaps. Flaps is the key word here. Do your self a favor do the Husky mud guards and look professional.