Other than the splash guards from GM or some ridiculously big ones, who else makes molded splash guards for the new Nox. I want to protect the bottom without it being really noticeable.
ssmokinjoe said:Does anyone have pics of their front and rear splash guards? I'm having trouble finding any pics online. Would like to know what they look like before i commit to buying some.
I was referring to the labor cost quoted above not being necessary due to the ease of install - mine were about $80 and took very little effort to install.ssmokinjoe said:$40?? I've seen front and rear for about $80. Is it cheaper somewhere else?
Ditto. Drilled 2 holes total and screwed a bunch of screws in. Hardest thing was removing the plastic push pins in the wheel well. Those things were really in there!TerryG said:They were a piece of cake to install and look like they belong there.
Better then what I expected...I was not sure how they would look going into it, but I have connections @ a dealer, and ordered them up when I did a few other things just to see how they would look, and hoped they would match the bottom...Its a perfect match, something I do not think you will find with aftermarket.TheCrow1994 said:grometsc or anyone else that has installed the GM splash guards on their Equinox, would it be possible to get a picture from the side? I guess more of a "profile" picture is the word I'm looking for. How about personal opinions on whether you think they look as good as you thought they would and/or whether you would install them, or have them installed again?