Reviewed By Roger M (Shreveport, LA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 —8/28/2010 8:13 AM
First, the tape that's supposed to hold these liners in place is a joke. Seriously. You'll have to do what I did, and drill at least two holes fore and aft to hold them down. Then install stainless screws and nylon locking nuts. This was accomplished by bending a wrench to 90 with a torch and then inserting it through the post holes. Also, if you have a Ford, the ends don't quite cover correctly, but it's not enough of a bother to mess with. Also, if you scratch the chrome surface, that area will rust immediately in weather. They look great, but are a lot to deal with at install.