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LeeDowney

Splash Guards for the 2014 Sierra 1500 Denali

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Hey guys. Ordered some molded rear splash guards for my truck today. The dealership told me the Rear Molded Splash Guards embossed with GMC (Part #22894866) for $50 would fit my Denali. When I asked about the matching front molded splash guards (Part # 22894860) $50, the dealership told me they would not fit the 2014 Denali. He said it would fit the regular Sierra 1500 but not the Denali.

 

Can anyone confirm that there is a difference in the wheel well molding/trim on the Denali vs the regular Sierra? Does anyone know the part # for ones that will fit the Denali?

 

Thanks.

 

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I was going to say.... Yeah they look the same maybe the book jus doesn't list Denali so the dlr is just going by that

 

 

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Yeah, the dealership confirmed they will fit the Denali as well as the SLT. The book was just a bit confusing for the parts guys (as well as myself). It looked like they used different trim around the front wheel well. That's not the case. Splash guards arrived Monday and were a perfect fit.

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Got picks of your install? I was thinking about adding these to my truck. They require drilling, right?

 

Thanks.

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Got picks of your install? I was thinking about adding these to my truck. They require drilling, right?

 

Thanks.

 

Yes. The have 3m tape but also 3 small holes. The dealership has had my truck since Monday evening. Spray in liner and DuPont protection applied. According to them, I'll have my truck back tomorrow. It's been a hard 4 days without it I can assure you. I'll take some pics of the guards front and rear when I get it back tomorrow and post.

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Got picks of your install? I was thinking about adding these to my truck. They require drilling, right?

 

Thanks.

 

Finally got my truck back today. Bed Liner spray in complete. DuPont protection applied. I took some pics shortly after leaving the dealership today to show off the new splash guards. They are a perfect fit. $50 each. $100 for front and rear. GMC is stamped on the rear. Plain on the front.

 

Here are some pics.

 

Rear Fender

Front Fender

Rear Right

Wheel

Front Left

Rt Side

Bed

Grill

Front Right

Rear Left

 

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Looks good i have the same OE ones on my SLE. I like em quite a bit.

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Installed these the other day, only thing I don't like is the side that gets splashed by the wheels looks like it can trap lots of crap because of the design. Otherwise they look good and will probably do the trick. Kind of a PITA to install (drilling and crap) but they fit nice and look nice with how they match the plastic fender trim.

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Installed these the other day, only thing I don't like is the side that gets splashed by the wheels looks like it can trap lots of crap because of the design. Otherwise they look good and will probably do the trick. Kind of a PITA to install (drilling and crap) but they fit nice and look nice with how they match the plastic fender trim.

Yes, I noticed that too. Wonder why they designed it that way?

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Yes, I noticed that too. Wonder why they designed it that way?

 

Yea this is a really poor design.

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