yes used existing screws.just unscrewed them drilled mudflaps and put screws back.on the inner part i drilled through the plastic and the mudflap,then used the screws that came with the mudflaps,using self tapper captive nuts.i made a card template of the mudflaps,marked the holes and the angle they would fit and transferred onto mudflapdavidfj said:Hi,
Mudflaps look great , did you use existing wheel arch cover screws to secure them & if not how did you fix them to the wheel arch?
Many Thanks DavidFJ
glad to be of service.i also fitted them without taking any wheels off.i have a little ratchet that takes a screwdriver bit.and you can get underneath to drill through the back of the mudflaps.davidfj said:Hi Ron,
Ordered Mudflaps from ebay arrived in 2 days, only fitted rear because side steps I had fitted don't allow room and anyway the side steps act as front mudflaps. Managed to fit them without removing the rear wheels, used right angle screwdriver to get them scewed in place. Good idea to make card template to locate hole for drilling the mudflaps. Thanks for your info. DavidFJ