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Ford Splash Guards


Mikey*TX

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Ordered from Benny at Levittown last week. They came today. It started raining just as I finished the rear install. EZ to do. You will need a 7mm short socket to remove four self tapping hex head screws with flange washers. I hand tightened the top first then installed the bottom inside. Then the middle two. There is a flanged lip that helps secure the splash guard. I like these much better than the Weathertech. They don't look like they came from Pep Boys.
Mike
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Ordered from Benny at Levittown last week. They came today. It started raining just as I finished the rear install. EZ to do. You will need a 7mm short socket to remove four self tapping hex head screws with flange washers. I hand tightened the top first then installed the bottom inside. Then the middle two. There is a flanged lip that helps secure the splash guard. I like these much better than the Weathertech. They don't look like they came from Pep Boys.
Mike View attachment 179942
Nice!!!
 




Mikey*TX

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They are slightly longer too. Much better at stopping overspray than the Weathertech. Not impressed with Weathertechs attachment method either.
 




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