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Old 10-26-2012, 08:20 PM
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Just installed the WeatherTech's on the truck. Took about 30-40 minutes to do all 4. Love them!





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Turned out great!!! How are they fastened in there? Are they solid?
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Looks good. I thought about these but I want to make sure they're solid....I love kicking slush off my running boards and mud flaps after a winter drive Yeah yeah, I act 7 sometimes.

I hate having the slush splashing up onto my running boards and because they're the crappiest running boards in existence, I slip and smoke my *** on the doorsill about 3 times a year. I love weathertech's products so I might give them a try.
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Turned out great!!! How are they fastened in there? Are they solid?
They're extremely solid. On the rear guards, you pull out the little plastic fasteners holding in the factory plastic corner guard and use those existing holes to attached the guards with provided stainless bolts. Then there is a twist lock mechanism that clamps the guard to the inside of the wheel well at the top.

It's pretty similar for the fronts only you use the existing screws that hold in the little plastic corner guards. Then you have the same twist lock mechanism to secure the top. Solid as can be.
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Those look great! Thanks for posting the review and how easy they are to install.
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I looked at them, but went with the tried and true Husky Liner brand($52 for all for!). They've served me well in the past, and always look good. I was curious to see the actual install though, and they dont look to bad.
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I didn't have my phone on me when I was installing but it was really straight forward. The included instructions have pictures of everything.

Just took a better picture of the truck so you can get an idea. You really don't notice them all that much which is why I liked them. I ordered them direfctly from WeatherTech's site and it was $80 bucks shipped.

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so far im sold. anyway u can take a pic of the rear of the truck? thanks in advance bro!
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so far im sold. anyway u can take a pic of the rear of the truck? thanks in advance bro!
Here you go.

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i appreciate the pic! i'll pick up a set asap before i ruin my paint ha
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