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Hi all,

first of all let me state that I have searched the forum thoroughly and could not find answers to my questions. I want to put the following GMC factory mud guards on my Envoy:
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm?singlepart=1&AddPartNumber=12497606&partnumber=12497606
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm?singlepart=1&AddPartNumber=12497607&partnumber=12497607

The question is, can I put these on my vehicle without modifications? The description states that only the rear guards can be used in conjunction with the factory running boards. I have the following factory running boards: http://www.findmidsizesuv.com/includes/images/GMC_Envoy/2002_gmc_envoy.jpeg Will they fit? I've seen some TB users state that they could install their mud guards despite what the description says, so I'd like to hear from those of you Envoy owners who have done it.

Also, have any of you installed these and if so, do I need to do any drilling? I've seen the Husky Liners ones and those require drilling, which is not what I am looking for.

My second questions is about the steering wheel. I have just the plain one and would like the one with volume buttons etc. Are all the wiring already in place or do I need to take care of those as well?

Thanks in advance!
 

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first off your running boards stop at the front of your rear wheel well and the mud flap mounts at the back of the wheel well, so what would the running boards have to do with the mud flaps..the front of the flap (closest to you) can be done without drilling, just remove wheel well screw, the back does need a hole drilled.
 

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first off your running boards stop at the front of your rear wheel well and the mud flap mounts at the back of the wheel well, so what would the running boards have to do with the mud flaps..the front of the flap (closest to you) can be done without drilling, just remove wheel well screw, the back does need a hole drilled.
I think the factory description is referring to the front mud guard since it could come into contact with the front of the running boards.

trout: Was there any drilling involved with your mud guards? big ed mentioned he had to drill in the back.

Anyone with any info on the steering wheel?
 
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