Performance Accessories Gap Guards Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
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For too long, body-lifted trucks and SUVs have struggled with the same problem: ugly gaps between the frame and body that are visible in the wheel wells. But with Performance Accessories Urethane Gap Guards on duty, the struggle is over. No longer are wheel wells unsightly; no longer does mud spray inside your engine compartment.
Performance Accessories Urethane Gap Guards do the job right by fitting well and lasting long. The quality urethane construction of these body lift gap guards ensures your satisfaction, while the durable all-black looks take care of the once-ugly gap.
Installation is a quick DIY project with little or no trimming required for most vehicles, and all hardware is included with Performance Accessories' Gap Guards. And, Performance Accessories protects your Urethane Gap Guards with a Lifetime Warranty.
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by curtis c (ponder, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy S10 Pickup — Apr 11, 2014 6:31 AM
There was only one gap guard in the box. You need one for each side so I guess you need two boxes. They are too short to cut in half & with five attachment holes you would cut the center hole down the middle. The plastic attachment snaps would probably not hold them anyways. Lesson learned.
Reviewed by Wesley D (Saint Cloud, FL) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford Bronco — Feb 22, 2014 5:53 PM
Ordered the rear gap guards for a 1995 fullsize Bronco based on the product illustration and it was one solid piece when I opened the box. It is actually a direct fit for above the rear bumper to hide gap between body and bumper after a body lift. I cut the product exactly in half and then drilled holes in the lip of sheet metal on underside of the body with a 1/4" bit after centering the product and marking the mounting spot. It looks great!
Reviewed by Sean R (Merritt Island, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Dodge Dakota — Nov 20, 2012 8:26 PM
I installed them two days ago and my exhaust manifold burned a hole in them I'm lucky my truck didn't catch fire. On top of that they barely fit. I would not recommend buying these if your manifold is anywhere near it.
Reviewed by David R (Seymour, CT) — Nov 07, 2011 12:57 PM
I was hoping for a rigid gap guard that would match my stock wheel well, and these were flimsy rubber sheets that took several days of redrilling and adjusting in order to make them stop rubbing on my tires durring turns. If I had seen them in person before I bought them I would have made my own gap guards instead, but they do keep the road salt and mud off my engine better.
Reviewed by brandon m (Columbus, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Nissan Titan — Oct 20, 2011 8:29 AM
Nissan Titan. The gaurds weren't numbered so wasnt sure about fit. Once figured that out be prepared to not just trim but make some big cuts. Spent too much timing triming these to make them fit for the price I paid. Look good now that they are up and fit but horrible fit job from PA on the Titan. Should havejust bought rubber and made my own
Reviewed by Michael M (Bumpass, VA) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford F-150 — Jun 05, 2011 10:36 AM
Got rid of the UGLY space in between my body and frame and now my 98 F150 4x4 looks like it never had a body lift installed. And with 38.5's it covered the wells excellent for a sharp side view. Very pleased!