Included with the mudflaps are bolts and a mini wrench. The bolt thread was a little thicker than the existing screws so I just reused the existing screws. The holes lineup exactly. If you get them don't forget the bottom screws on the rear flaps.Seminolejon,
They look like they fit well. You state no drilling. are there fasteners that need to be removed and then put back in to secure the mud flaps?
Thanks for the post and pic. Was looking at the OEM Chevy version ...but are $100. Might just go for these. Was happy with the after market console and door inserts so may push my luck with these. The console arm rest cover was OKIncluded with the mudflaps are bolts and a mini wrench. The bolt thread was a little thicker than the existing screws so I just reused the existing screws. The holes lineup exactly. If you get them don't forget the bottom screws on the rear flaps.
Wow I am surprised you would have to drill anything. I ordered the GM ones for LT. Hope there is no drilling involved.Installed the GM splash guards today and I did it without instructions, lol. It took me a few minutes to figure everything out, but the installation wasn't very hard. The kit does come with 3/16" rivets, so you will need a rivet tool. I used Astro Pneumatic part number 1422 which worked great. It would be possible to use screws where the rivets go, but the rivets do look nice and secure the flaps pretty good. You also need to drill some 1/8" holes into the plastic wheel wells and 3/16" holes for the rivets that attach to the plastic trim under the front fender. I'm happy with how it turned and they do fit perfect. I used GM part number 42776252 on my AWD RS. I'll get some pictures posted as soon as I get her all cleaned up.