As stated you do need to drill a few holes but it's into the plastic liner. No drilling into metal. All screws, clips, etc. are included with the mud guards. It's all explained in the directions.tsduke said:How do they install? Did you have to make new holes for the screws?
I'm curious. Are you not drilling the holes to make the install easier or do the first generation of these mud guards not have drilling required in the installation guide? My installation guide clearly states to drill holes on the front and rears. It makes the mud guards much more secure than not drilling.NY_Joe said:No drilling required.
Pop the fastners out and then the plastic base. Pull back the wheel and mount the metal clips. Screws line up and go through the clips.
Here's what the OEM GM flaps look like on a 2014 SLT2 w/ 19" wheels.WD80PD said:Did some searching around here and only saw the one type of flaps that look like hard plastic.. Anyone on here have pics of their flaps and or know what the best types are for the Terrain?? Thanks.
NY_Joe said:Due to size...3 parts
My install with pics