I installed the front and rears on my BS and it was an easy install. Rears was a little tight but it wasn't necessary to remove the wheel.Mud flaps fit like a glove! Rear was super easy but front required drilling 3 holes (super easy). Love the way it looks and totally recommend it.
You are absolutely right. Front required to just move the wheel all the way to one side and another to provide opening to drill and screw on. The rear thankfully didn't require any drilling so it was tight but plenty space to screw it on. I used this and made it easy without removing the rear wheel as well.I installed the front and rears on my BS and it was an easy install. Rears was a little tight but it wasn't necessary to remove the wheel.
I have the fender flares and the rear mud flaps are no problem at all.Look good. Does anyone know whether the mudflaps can be installed along with the fender flares. The Ford accessories site states they cannot; however, I've seen plenty of pictures on this forum with BSs having both.
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