Reviewed by Ryan S (Johnstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2005 — 2006-03-02 05:06:43
the mud guardes fit and look great, they are sturdy and do the job. when installing the front mud guards it was easy, just cut the wheel and you have ample space to drill your holes. however the holes go into the rubber/plastic part of the wheel well, it doesnt seem like it would be hard to rip them off. however they havent budged over the past couple weeks. the rear mud guards are a pain to install unless you have a dotco drill cause the wheel is in the way, unless you want to go through the trouble of taking the wheel off. especially the side where the muffler is, you can barely wedge the drill on the backside to drill your holes. total application took approximately 45 minutes.