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    Splash guard install on GPR

    I have a Hydroturf eva foam splashguard I would like to get installed. I have searched everywhere and I am unclear on whether they are mounted in back of the bond rail or in front ? (Jet Trim has install instructions for both)

    If it is in front in-between the rail and bumper...Is any trimming needed on the bumper rails themselves ? Or does it take care of itself when tightening the bumper back down ?

    Plan is to use contact cement and rivets.


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    if it is the foam. throw it in the trash. they suck. get the hard rubber.

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    I wouldn't think foam would do very well.

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    I think it I called it the wrong thing. I have had these on my doo's before and they held up with no problem (just like the Riva Splash Guard).

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