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Old 03-28-2009, 03:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Front and Rear 370Z Splash Guards Installation Instruction
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Is the splash guard purchase in body colour or comes in black in colour.?
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IMO i don't like the splash guards. A 3m looks cleaner
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Has anyone installed these themselves yet? What is the difficulty level and are there any tricky complications?
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Installing mine today after work. Got each set for about $79. Got them from the370zstore.com came color matched. I have a pearl white 370 and they look perfect. Will post later about the install. Potentially with pictures if I deam them necessary.
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Mrabyss, how'd the install go?
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Well I said I was going to install them prior to actually reading the directions. Little more in depth than I was expecting. Got to get some time to lift the car and do the drilling out of the rivet that is required to be replaced by a screw from the kit. Hopefully the weather will cooperate this week or weekend and I can get them put on. I will take detailed pictures along the way.
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I put the front splash guards on with no problem. You will
have to jack up the car or put it on ramps to drill out the rivet on the bottom. The backs will be a little tougher because you can't turn the wheel to get to the screws in the front. Going to do those later.
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I put the front splash guards on with no problem. You will
have to jack up the car or put it on ramps to drill out the rivet on the bottom. The backs will be a little tougher because you can't turn the wheel to get to the screws in the front. Going to do those later.
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I'm wondering about the fronts there. When I was reading the instructions, one of the last things on the fronts to do is to 'pull outward' and mark the bottom hole with awl. Then use screw to tighten down.

Here's the question. By this point in the process you have already installed the push pin on the bottom (where the rivet was drilled out) and the screw at the top. How in the world can you pull outward on the guard? I would think that everything is pretty tight at that point.

Can you enlighten future DYI's like me?
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Ricer333, you don't have to muscle it outward. It's more of a light pull to align it. Once you're actually doing it, you'll see. The splashguards are very easy to mount.
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hmm im missing one of the screw in my left splashguard.... the part# 14-51 00891 and noone knows wtf that is.. what size of screw is it?
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I've 2010 Black Cherry. I cant seem to find Splash Guards that match my car color. Any suggestions?
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I've 2010 Black Cherry. I cant seem to find Splash Guards that match my car color. Any suggestions?


uhhh.. buy some splash guards that aren't your car's color and then paint it to match?
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