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I see in the product advertisement description it states, “Note: some drilling IS required”.

I’m not seeing anything in the installation instructions about drilling anywhere?

Or has it been that long of a week for me and I totally missed it?

I don’t have them in hand yet and was just looking at the instructions from the shipping email.
 

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Ok , I got mine installed.

Overall, pretty easy. It does take a little maneuvering to put bolt through , and get it threaded from inside. I could reach the closest one , but needed my 7 year old son to get the inner nut started while I held bolt from outside on the other ones. I am sure a guy could get it alone , but with help it's a piece of cake.

Like a 15 min job Overall.

They fit well , and look like they will do exactly as intended. I think a little mud will get behind them , but it shouldn't be too hard to spray behind them to get most out.

You do drill self tapping screws into frame on the very inside. (pic attached , red arrow)
One on each side. I did need to flex the drivers side in to get it to line up better. passenger side lined up perfect.

I would recommend them.
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