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So I bought front and rear on eBay for 54.00 and the rear goes on easily with a couple of different star and an Allen head tools. Very easy in the rear as simple unscrew, put in place and screw back. The holes should line up, two in the well and one underneath. As to the fronts, not as easy. You need to drill through a rivet in the felt fender liner behind each front wheel. Then the screws provided should line up pretty well and if able, sink a new rivet back in the spot drilled out. Many thanks to ferrari of central Florida for their guidance and help with the fronts. I am fortunate we have these folks handling Alfa service and Sales in the Orlando area. Top notch and solved my challenge. Thanks to Dave, Craig and Corey. Mark
 

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So I bought front and rear on eBay for 54.00 and the rear goes on easily with a couple of different star and an Allen head tools. Very easy in the rear as simple unscrew, put in place and screw back. The holes should line up, two in the well and one underneath. As to the fronts, not as easy. You need to drill through a rivet in the felt fender liner behind each front wheel. Then the screws provided should line up pretty well and if able, sink a new rivet back in the spot drilled out. Many thanks to ferrari of central Florida for their guidance and help with the fronts. I am fortunate we have these folks handling Alfa service and Sales in the Orlando area. Top notch and solved my challenge. Thanks to Dave, Craig and Corey. Mark
Have any pictures installed? Been thinking about purchasing these!
 

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pictures please for the front ones.... and link to which ones you have bought
 

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eBay link

Sorry been away. Will take a pic in the am. I bought from limo plus on eBay. 54 instead of a lot more from other sellers.
Can you post the exact eBay link for the front flaps?
 

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On eBay bought form limo plus. No instructions

And 54 front and rear in speedpak from Hong Kong which took about two weeks to Florda. I will check the tires per the other post looking at the pic I posted. Thank you. Right now, my stelvio is under a cover while the storm approaches. Mark
 

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Looks good!
Did you have to drill out the one rivet to install the front guards?
What did you use behind the screw after the river was removed?
I did not drill rather used gorilla double sided tape on both edges and seems to worked pretty good, it lasted the winter. But did pull the retainer on bottom as it hold the flap in place before taping
 

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Looks good!
Did you have to drill out the one rivet to install the front guards?
What did you use behind the screw after the river was removed?
I was able to unscrew the fastener with a torx socket and ratchet as I remember?., Bought a plastic fender plug at Lowes to replace it. I thought nothing about drilling 2 holes.I dont think the fenders are metal.I will never not have the mudflaps on. But I guess doubles sided tape would also work.

BTW,no need to remove the wheels to install, Just need to turn the front wheels for access. I did use a right angle screw driver in the rear.
 

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Mud flaps are attached at the bottom and on the inside, the wheel arches are mounted in original holes with plastic wheels. to the fender using the original mud flap plates from the Ford Focus parts catalog. It was enough to slide them in and it's ready.
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You can use the fasteners included which you will need to drill 2 holes in wheel well or just use double sided adhesive body tape, Get them on ebay
 
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