It's holding well after one year. The front ones use existing OEM screws while the rear ones require drilling to the plastic flanges of the rear wheel's well. But the screws will rust so I just painted them black.Wanted to ask tk1971 and yardbird88 and anyone else who has installed the mud guards, whether these guards are holding up well. Also, about the drilling, did the drilling involve any metal parts of the car? Or was it just the plastic/rubber parts. Thanks in advance.
Only the black plastic part.Thanks for the quick response! When you say the plastic flanges of the rear wheel well, does the drilling involve just the blacked wheel well portion or does it involve the extension of painted fender along or behind it as well? Are you still with me? Thanks again.
Great job... It's just a piece of plastic and if it works then go for it (Sorry I am a polymer scientist so I know plastics ....). Most if not all mudguards are made in China, including OEM, the dealers just stamp its logo (lexus, Chevy, Cadilac etc... ) on those and charge more... DYI for 1/3 of the costs. I will search for 2015 mudguards next. ThanksI didn't say they are OEM but they are custom made for CT200h aftermarket mudguards. BTY, my iphone is made in China too.
Can you post some pics plz?Set of 4 Front and Rear Mud Flaps... Amazon.com: Set of 4 Front and Rear Mud Flaps Splash Guards for Lexus CT200h 2011-2013 Hatchback: Automotive
Just purchased this, which are nice!