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Name
Akita
Year
2016
Make
Nissan
Model
Pathfinder
Color
White
Packages
S
History
Probably a rental, but CVT is new now
Just mounted black Sparco Terra 18x8 rims. Planning on other stuff like limo tint, muffler, high flow mass air sensor, a cold air intake, and maybe a tuner/monitor.

Modifications

Exterior
Aftermarket Nismo branded mud flaps at all four corners.
Wheel and Tire
Black Sparco Terra 18x8 w stock fuzion 235/65/R18 suv tires

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Where you got this mud flaps..and how to install pls...thanks been looking for this type
When I get home from work tonight I'll attempt a write up...the fronts are pretty painless, the rears took a bit more "engineering"

In the mean time here is the eBay link for the flaps I bought...if the link fails just search for "nismo mud flaps" on eBay and find the universal fit ones for around $22/pr

 
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When I get home from work tonight I'll attempt a write up...the fronts are pretty painless, the rears took a bit more "engineering"

In the mean time here is the eBay link for the flaps I bought...if the link fails just search for "nismo mud flaps" on eBay and find the universal fit ones for around $22/pr

Thanks a lot man..
 

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Where you got this mud flaps..and how to install pls...thanks been looking for this type
Ok here goes...
Tools you'll need:

phillips screw driver
ice pick/AWL
sharpie marker
scissors/box cutter
drill/drill press with 3/16"/5mm or slightly larger bit

Materials you'll need:

Mud flaps, of course
large piece of card board(bigger than mud flaps)
8 #10 automotive body panel flat top screws(any hardware store)
15227

8 #10 automotive body panel flat nuts
15228

masking tape(or any other really)

Front:

Step one: draw outline of any mud flap onto cardboard and cut out
Step two: unscrew front body panel screws inside wheel well( it helps to turn tires from side to side to give clearance for screw driver)
Step three: place cardboard cutout in the wheel well where you think it looks good and poke a hole in the top corner where it lines up with the body panel hole and place screw in that hole to hold in place
Step four: poke another hole in the bottom section of the cardboard cutout and place screw to hold in place
Step five: go to rear of vehicle and eyeball for square and adjust thereafter
Step six: once it's where you want it use AWL to create two more holes that line up with the body panel holes
Step seven: remove cardboard cutout and transfer desired holes to mud flaps with AWL or sharpie(I used AWL)
Step eight: tape opposite side mud flap to marked mud flap and use drill/press to drill holes
Step nine: attach mud flaps to wheel well

Rear: The rear wheel wells don't have pre drilled/tapped holes with hardware. I just used the AWL to poke holes in the plastic wheel well using the same process as the front. Once the holes are made use the hardware you bought to attach the mud flaps.

If you have any questions let me know.

Cheers
 
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