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Took a couple pics of the GM splash guards I installed a month ago. These are for the RS model. They do require some drilling and also use a few rivets in conjunction with the screws.

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So do they actually help with road spray on the rear window? I have set for mine but have not installed them yet.
We drive very little (5400 miles over 10 months) and haven't driven much in the rain since I installed them. They do seem to help some, but without some more bad weather to drive in it's hard to say. Ask me again in 10 more months, lol.
 

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We drive very little (5400 miles over 10 months) and haven't driven much in the rain since I installed them. They do seem to help some, but without some more bad weather to drive in it's hard to say. Ask me again in 10 more months, lol.
Ok, I am going to get mine on soon, then we can see who gets bad weather first and we can compare how well they do.
 

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I just got some today I was wondering how to install them how come there’s two pieces per splashguard
To start with they don't come with instructions even though the Chevy site says they do. You can supposedly ask for the instructions from the parts dept, but I just studied the parts for a few minutes and figured out how it all went together. The smaller molded parts are the mounting brackets for the splash guards. You attach them first and then attach the guards. You will also need a drill and rivet tool.
 

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To start with they don't come with instructions even though the Chevy site says they do. You can supposedly ask for the instructions from the parts dept, but I just studied the parts for a few minutes and figured out how it all went together. The smaller molded parts are the mounting brackets for the splash guards. You attach them first and then attach the guards. You will also need a drill and rivet tool.
Mine came with instructions. but i didnt install them myself. I didnt have a rivet tool, so when i took it in to have the hitch installed i just asked them if they could put those on also.
 

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I went to the dealer and got the directions guys in parts were cool I’m glad I did because I would’ve would’ve known where to put the clips in the right places
 

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I went to the dealer and got the directions guys in parts were cool I’m glad I did because I would’ve would’ve known where to put the clips in the right places
You saved yourself at least 45 minutes of I wonder where this goes, lol.
 

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I went to the dealer and got the directions guys in parts were cool I’m glad I did because I would’ve would’ve known where to put the clips in the right places
Will you post the instructions? It will be a good reference for those that end up with the same questions on how to install
 
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