July 27, 2015
I ordered these mud flaps from Tire Rack because they offered free shipping and it was the lowest cost I could find. I had to wait a few days longer to receive them because after I ordered them I was informed that the item was out of stock. After I received them I removed the flaps from the packaging and read over the instructions. The instructions are not overly complicated, but assembly is no easy task. You will be required to remove all 4 sets of tires and you will need to disassemble parts of your body molding. If you've purchased a new car (as I did), this is probably not the kit for you. I removed the mud flaps from their paper wrapping and took one of each (the front and rear) to "eyeball" the fit. It was clear to me that these flaps hang low enough that if your wheels were to reverse over a curb the flap would hit the rear of your tire and most likely your tire would roll up on the flap and damage the assembly and most likely your bumper.
After contacting Tire Rack I was allowed to make a return. I returned them in full packaging, without having removed anything else and tacked that package. I was never contacted when the package arrived. After calling Tire Rack I was told the instructions were missing (I can neither confirm nor deny this) and they said a bracket was bent (this was impossible, both brackets are zip-tied together, none of those zips were removed nor did they ever leave the box) I was also told that the manufacture states all sales are final. Apparently I was not supposed to be allowed to return the flaps, but ultimately the return was processed after a few calls.
Do NOT buy these mud flaps unless you absolutely know you want them. They're a quality material, but a poor design and the return process seems to be tedious/impossible; no thanks to Tire Rack.