2014 Performance Blue ST3
Stratified 93Oct Tune - AP v3
CP-E 3.5" FMIC
Depo Racing Catless DP
AEM DryFlow Air Filter
Boomba Racing Wing Risers and BOV
Option Labs R716 Wheels in Bronze
VelossaTech Rear Diffuser Fins
Rally Armour Mud Flaps
Yellow LED Amazon Fogs
NGK LTR7IX-11 Spark Plugs
Subdued Flag Decals (2) with Thin Blue Line
ST Flaps now available with the ST logo in the rear, the JBR logo in the rear, or no logo in the rear. Same quality material as the more expensive brands. Better hardware than all brands and ours will never chip, crack or snap like the less expensive brands. Buy once.
Currently in the market for some mudflaps and I absolutely love JBR parts, quality, worksmanship etc. These flaps look outstanding but for me they still stick out and down too far for my personal tastes, so I had a question. If I were to purchase a set and just carefully move down and over an inch and drill new holes, in the exact same pattern just different location, do you think I would have any problems installing them that way? Probably about an 1in or 1.5in down and .5-1in to the side. Essentially what I would want to do is cut the overhang down roughly by about half in both dimensions, just enough so that the ST/JBR logo could be seen sticking out the bottom corner.
As far as I can tell from the installation pictures it looks like it should be plausible but I'm not sure if there would be any interference issues with anything, especially with the extra mounting holes and hardware in the rear. The front looks like it would be much easier.
Is it something that would need like a drill press to be accomplished? I didn't realize the material was that hard. Looks like I might have to just forego my idea of having mudflaps :-(.
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JBR ST Mud Flaps
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