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Old 08-11-2013, 08:16 PM
Tom-G Tom-G is offline
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Originally Posted by tguil View Post
No drill for the rear flaps if you choose to use only two out of the three mounting holes. I have mounted them using only the two holes and it works just fine. I filled the extra hole with black "plastic rubber".

For a tight fit on the front flaps, you need to drill the third hole. No problem at all doing this. You don't need to remove a wheel to do so. If you are worried about rust, don't worry. Put a dab of primer on the area after you drill the hole. The mounting screws are covered with a silicone seal that makes a tight rust proof bond.
Did you use the "66AB"'s on the front?

Looks like I'll need to find different mud flaps for the front. They use a ton of road salt in the winter here and I really do not want to drill into the metal. When the salt spray from the highway dries we have crusted salt on the sides making our vehicles white!

I have factory side steps and no fender flares. What have the forum members been using for no-drill mud flaps on the front?
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