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For those getting splash guards for the 10th Gen Accord, the front pair are very easy to install. The rear requires a bit of pressure screwing or drilling. There are very fine indentations in the fender wall where the drilling takes place, clips should come with the splash guards for install in the rear. If the car is lifted in the air you won’t have to take the wheels off.

In these pics the rear was not installed yet, i will Add more pics later as the rest are being installed today

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^^^. Looks nice, are you located in New Jersey ?

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^^^. Looks nice, are you located in New Jersey ?
No..... Why are you asking where I am Located?
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Guessing the 300C with the NJ plate in the first pic

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I have a set yet to install. I was not aware that I needed to drill holes for the rear install. What size bit did you use?
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I didn’t know if you were local as I’m always up for meeting fellow modders is all.
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I actually had these splash guards on my car when I purchased, but I made the dealer remove them upon delivery. I hated how they looked on the white car. They were too bulky imo.
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For those getting splash guards for the 10th Gen Accord, the front pair are very easy to install. The rear requires a bit of pressure screwing or drilling. There are very fine indentations in the fender wall where the drilling takes place, clips should come with the splash guards for install in the rear. If the car is lifted in the air you won’t have to take the wheels off.

In these pics the rear was not installed yet, i will Add more pics later as the rest are being installed today
Wow, love it. I love that you've blacked everything out. Looks gorgeous. I don't typically like black cars because they can lean towards looking lackluster (not all of course, but many). This is the opposite. Keep the pictures coming.

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I actually had these splash guards on my car when I purchased, but I made the dealer remove them upon delivery. I hated how they looked on the white car. They were too bulky imo.
Your right! It doesn’t go well with the white but looks great on black
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I have a set yet to install. I was not aware that I needed to drill holes for the rear install. What size bit did you use?
You can pressure screw the screws through the marks. They are very fine marks so you might have to feel for them if you aren’t able to see them. You will need the little clips that come with the set. There are two screws needed for the bumper wall. On the underside you will use the same screw that is already in place. If you lift the car in the air you can get better leverage and won’t have the take the rear wheels off.

For the front, DO NOT remove the clip that is there. The screw get screwed right in to the black clip... the bottom screws get reused for the guard.
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For those getting splash guards for the 10th Gen Accord, the front pair are very easy to install. The rear requires a bit of pressure screwing or drilling. There are very fine indentations in the fender wall where the drilling takes place, clips should come with the splash guards for install in the rear. If the car is lifted in the air you won’t have to take the wheels off.

In these pics the rear was not installed yet, i will Add more pics later as the rest are being installed today
Wow, love it. I love that you've blacked everything out. Looks gorgeous. I don't typically like black cars because they can lean towards looking lackluster (not all of course, but many). This is the opposite. Keep the pictures coming.
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