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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeRevolution View Post
    I inistially bought the splash guards you saw in the first post. I installed those and had no problems for a while. Then I got rear-ended in my car and one of the splash guards were ruined in the process, so the body shop replaced all 4 of them with the OEM splash guards, which were notably smaller.

    That winter, both of the front splash guards tore clean off. I re-ordered the cheap ones and they've been fine.

    Kinda puts into perspective what you get paying $100 a set for the OEM splash guards vs $20-$25 a set for the "cheap" ones.
    Yeah, I guess it's just kinnda luck based lol. You could spend the $100 on the oem set, or spend $20 on a cheap set and hope they don't break 4x so you can save some dough lol I've got the cheap ones too with no complaints.
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    I bought a set of those cheap ones last summer. So far they held up OK. The rear ones seem to stay attached better. The front ones only have 1 screw and one larger hole. I found a plastic two piece plastic fastener at Auto Zone for the larger hole. It took a bit of driving force to get the outer plug piece into the body panel hole that is there, but overall the plastic pins get weak. I had to remove it due to the guard snapping off (not sure how). My passenger side front held up well so far though.

    What have you guys done to fasten the front with the larger hole?

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