Reviewed By Thomas P (Nyack, NY) Reviewed for a 2017 Jeep Cherokee —7/6/2017 11:27 AM
Easy to install and fit perfectly, but a little pricey for plastic!
Reviewed By James R (Branchburg, NJ) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee —6/28/2017 7:13 AM
Mud guards fit perfectly to vehicle and lined up with all of the existing holes, but the included screws and brackets were not the right fit. Took a couple trips to the hardware store to figure out what screws would do the job. So that was a pain, but at the end of the day they went on fine with the seperately bought screws and look great. This was on a 2014 Grand Cherokee, so maybe other vehicles will not have an installation problem. Still recommend!
Reviewed By William A (Beaumont, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 Jeep Cherokee —12/27/2015 3:14 AM
I have installed two sets of these on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee and a 2014 F-150. These went on super easy for the Cherokee. Put all 3 screws in the factory fender molding. All tires still on. Just spread out the screws good. No drilling. Eyeball in place then pivot on 1 screw for final position. Tape measure from floor to bottom to start each. The F-150 is a little tricky to do and I added rear plastic fender liners to it that helped. No special brackets at all. They look and work great.