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Mopar #82300305 mud flaps

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Hey guys,

Are those #82300305 mud flaps built for the 1st gen. Minivans?

If yes, drilling needed?

That´s how they look like:




Thanks a lot!

Kevin
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I usually try to use screws holes that may already be there for the inner fender liner/shield. You may have to drill an additional hole or two. Installation screws should be in the package.
Start with one screw to hold the flap and step behind the vehicle to see if they are aligned straight before installing the rest of the screws to secure the flap.
The fit should be fairly universal and those should work.
 

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ImperialCrown said:
I usually try to use screws holes that may already be there for the inner fender liner/shield. You may have to drill an additional hole or two. Installation screws should be in the package.
Start with one screw to hold the flap and step behind the vehicle to see if they are aligned straight before installing the rest of the screws to secure the flap.
OK thank you!

Do i have to drill directly into the fender? Or just into the inner shield?
 

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Inner plastic shield if you can. Plastic won't start rusting.
 
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