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    mud flaps

    Ok I am a newbi so be gental. I just got my nismo and am wondering if standard mud guards will fit cause the different body trim?

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    I'm not sure if the factory mud guards fit but you could look into rally armor mud flaps like I did. mud flaps-imageuploadedbyautoguide1380988829.435539.jpg


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    Don't waste your money/time. They stick down like 2 inches. I wish I had never requested them in my order.

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    Holy hell those rally armor flaps look sick!!

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    Copper did you get them for the front too?? I so can I see a side and rear angled look to see the fronts.

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    A friend of mine had these and they always scrapped whenever going over a speed bump which was chringe worthy and I must say on the juke with how far they stick it out it looks like a juke trying to be a tractor trailer lol

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    Yes I have them at all 4 corners and yes I installed them really low because I like that look though downside they do scrape on speed bumps but oh well. They do not come pre-drilled so if you want them mounted up higher it's easily done. Hardest part is making your own mounting brackets which isn't all that hard anyway I just used 1/8" metal banding bolted in behind the wheel well trim.

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    I don't have an angle that gets the side from the rear at the moment.


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    I just ordered the same brand of flaps could you give some more description on how you installed them and maybe a pic please??

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    It was actually pretty easy you have to remove the fender flares and all the push pins in the wheel wells so you have access to the factory drilled holes. Having threaded panel clips is a good idea to have, should be able to get them from your local parts store. Drill out where you want your holes in the flaps after sizing them and bolt them on through the factory holes. Make sure your bolts are long enough to go through the fender flare and wheel well shroud. I had and employee of mine weld together a 90 degree bracket and placed that behind the wheel well and drilled new holes through the well shroud and bolted the flaps to the bracket through the shroud. I didn't take any pictures during the install but I can post pictures of the bolt placement for you when I have the chance


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    that would be really helpful if you could do that for me!

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