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BDJ

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  1. I really don't think it would be a problem. I pushed in hard when I turned the screw so it did not scrape its way tight. The tab is not tight, it rotates 90 degress and then tightens down. Really a nice system and quality flaps.
  2. Weathertech flaps here also. No drill install and they look great.
  3. They are Go Rhino D6 p/n D64049T. The boards are made very good and are solid on the truck. The mount brackets are not below the boards so they do not hang down under the board and lower your clearance.
  4. Heres a couple shots including some Montana mud. Boards have 3 heavy duty rocker attached brackets. The boards attach to the brackets on their rear side so nothing hangs below the boards. The boards are built very well are heavy and solid. GoRhino p/n D64049t - vehicle 2019 Trailboss
  5. I would order a front set also. They come with a small deflector which you remove for the installation of the mudflap. You could go with the factory one but a regular mudflap is a few inches longer and will give you better protection. You will be really happy with the look, fit and installation of the WeatherTechs.
  6. i'll give this a shot. Really a nice fit. They include some protective clear 3m type tape that you install first to protect your paint. They use the lower existing fasteners and then this slick cam type fastener that holds the top, you don't need to be drilling any holes in your fender with these. Great product.
  7. Installed the weathertech flaps both front and rear. Perfect fit and no drill on front or back.
  8. I am new to this site so it may take awhile to figure it out. Ordered my LT Trail Boss in March and picked it up this morning. No pictures yet bit will try to do that out soon. Looking forward to learning more about this truck from everyone. Thanks, Brad
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