New Splash Guards

Discussion in 'Post Your Liberty Pictures' started by grogiefrog, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. grogiefrog

    grogiefrog Full Access Member

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    It's lousy weather here today, but warm enough that I took it upon myself to install the splash guards that I bought awhile ago. They weren't that hard to do, but I did have to remove a push pin on each of the rear tire fenders. I hadn't a clue how to remove them other then to pull really hard. I think I saw someone say that you could drill a hole down them, but I would have had to remove the wheel. Not worth it! Other then that, I did lightly scuff up the rear set with the drill while drilling in the screw that holds the bottom on. I'm not happy about that. I might have to order new ones! So much for an amateur. I will get some better pictures when I give her a good wash when better weather returns... next April?!

    I had noticed that the fenders already had rock chips, etc. These should help.

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    lookin good...

    you couldve drilled w/o taking off the wheels, cuz, i drilled w/o taking off my wheels......

    just be carefull when going around snow berms......like me, it got caught, and it kinda got loose...(front right)
     
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    Drill W/O Removing Tires

    Whatdidyause? A right angle drill? :-k

     
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    Re: Drill W/O Removing Tires

    Yes, but you would have to look close to notice the scuffs as a result. Live and learn...
     
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    Re: Drill W/O Removing Tires

    nope, just turned the wheel at full lock