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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Mud flaps/Splash guards

Not sure if there are any threads on installing the OE mud flaps/splash guards. The Toyota part number for the full set is PU060-10016-P1.

I found instructions on the UK C-HR site which had absolutely no resemblance to the mud flaps I received. I seem to recall some discussion by those that did do the install there was only one hole needed to be drilled on the rear mud flaps. This was not the case with the mud flaps I received. If I recall correctly, I had to drill 3 holes on each side of the car for the rear flaps. And I had to drill 2 holes on each side for the fronts.

With the additional mounting hardware required, the flaps are held onto the body work extremely well. I'm not sure if there was an update to the mud flaps due to some problems. And this may be the reason why when I inquired about possibly ordering the mud flaps from my dealer, the parts guy said there was a stop sale order on the flaps.

Anyways, here are some pics of the attached mud flaps.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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Wanted to add more clarity with what is involved in installing the mud flaps. The first two pictures are of the front. The screws showing replaces the two bolt head screws which came from the factory. The two areas you have to drill are where the plastic push rivets are. From the pictures, you'll see they're on the very inside and on the bottom as shown by the picture showing the single push rivet. There is no way you can do this properly without taking off the wheel to drill for the inside plastic push rivet. Even with the wheel taken off, I had to turn the steering wheel to position the brake caliper in a way to give me more clearance as the drill bit and the drill was too long. Even moving the brake caliper around still required me to drill at an angle.

The last two pictures show the rear mud flap. You have to reuse the bolt/philips screw which came from the factory. There are an additional 3 screws used to mount the mud flap. You have to drill the holes for these. The kit includes clips which the screws screw in to. There are two small ones and one big. The two small ones are used for the two you see in the vertical side. The big one is for the one on the bottom. And then you have to drill two additional holes for the plastic push rivets you see in the two pictures. Again, you have to take the wheel off to get enough clearance to drill the necessary holes.
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-03-2019, 11:06 PM
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Thank you for this post. This helps ALOT! Mine are still in the box waiting to be installed. Was planning to do it this weekend....but more rain on the way.....sigh.....
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