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Brighton, did you have to drill holes? or could you use any existing? A picture of the inner fender well would be great!
I did have to drill holes. The front "screw" was a rivet.I'm sure if you bought some poly spacers and longer bolts it's possible to install without drilling new. But when I was installing it was -15* F outside and I don't have any more motivation. I would rather have a couple of holes then paint chiped off because of all of the salt and sand they use around here. I've owned Rally-armor in the past, they will be the most likely the ones I buy.
 

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Holy salt lick Batman, your car is filthy.

Luckily I have several vehicles to drive and use my work truck for bad weather. I have only put 3000 miles on my car in 4 months. If I had to drive it all the time, some nice rally style flaps would be on my list.
 

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the key to the rally armor is their bracket system that holds that mat true and straight and the plyable material. mats for the car should be 150 for the kit or 100 for universal, but no molunting bracket with universal, the bracket is the key to a good fit.
 
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