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Old 12-16-2009, 08:45 AM   #11
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there is 2 in a package

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Ah ok thanks Pat, they help keep a lot of salt and crap off the side of the car?

I might stop by and see what the dealership charges beacuse I don't want to have to order them if I don't have to
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Sweet, that part number has been discontinued, but my local dealership was able to round up a couple pairs and has them waiting for me. My wife has the car in town today getting new tires mounted up on it, so if she can make it over to get the mudflaps picked up before they close tonight, I might get them on after work.

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And how do these go on anyway? A couple of drills to the baseline and in the wheelwell? Or do they fit with the predrilled holes where the wheelwell guard is?
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well if you can get the plastic clips out without destorying them I would think they would go there, might be good to have some spare clips on hand
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Well, got them on and they look great, thanks everyone.

CADAVERFE, on our car anyway, there was only one plastic clip on each rear wheelwell that I was able to use (none on the front). Mounting consisted of drilling four holes in each fender well and spash guard (5 on the rears to accomodate the plastic clips) and mounting them with the body screws that came with the guards.
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sweet, lets see some pics of em
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oh heck yea they look really good man
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