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Rear Wheel Well Guards; Black (20-23 Silverado 2500 HD)

Item HS25681
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      Video Review & Installation

      Jake: Hey, everybody. Jake here for AmericanTrucks. And today I'm taking a look at these rear wheel well guards in black, fitting 2020 and newer Silverado 2500 and 3500s with the single rear wheel. These are an excellent upgrade for the Silverado HD owner who's looking to add some additional style and protection to their truck.It's an easy install, and these are going to provide your Silverado with more protection and help keep harmful dirt and debris out, while also cleaning up the look at the side of your truck's bed, all for a pretty affordable price. Wheel well guards are something that not every truck owner thinks about right off the bat. Heck, I know I often forget that these are typically not something that comes on trucks from the factory, especially if you're planning to fit some more aggressive wheels, tires, or even suspension, then grabbing a set of these is going to be very beneficial.Not only are they going to clean up the look of your rear wheel wells, but they'll also provide some additional protection to the bed itself. And they're going to cover up some of that exposed metal, making it less susceptible to damage, paint chips, and thus, rust. And they look like they could have been a factory option as well. They've got this nice textured finish on the inside, and they utilize all the factory mounting points on the inside as well, so you don't have to do any kind of drilling to get these fitted on your truck.The liners are constructed from impact-resistant HDPE thermoplastic, so they're going to be able to withstand any debris that gets kicked up and all types of weather conditions. And as you can probably see here, they're also molded to fit perfectly in the wheel wells, so they're going to make a tight fit, and they're not going to fall off or come loose provided you've got them installed properly. Now that HDPE material also means that they're very easy to clean, so a hose and some water should be all you need unless you get them really dirty, in which case, a little bit of soap and water will get it cleaned up just like new.Pricing comes in at about $200 for the set as you see them here, so this is going to do both sides of your truck. Now, that doesn't exactly make them the least expensive, but it's still a good value for money considering the high-quality materials, the overall fit and finish, and the additional benefits that they're going to provide. So for that, I'd still call these a pretty good value.Installation is going to get a one out of three on our difficulty meter, and it should only take you about an hour to do both sides here. You get all of the necessary bits that you need to get these installed, and you only need a couple of tools to get the job done. Heck, you don't even have to jack the truck up or pull off the wheel, but it is a little bit easier if you want to go that route. And to show you the process now, let's go ahead and throw it over to one of our AT customers.Man: So for this husky inner liner wheel well liners, you need a T10 Torx tool. You may need a push pin remover tool, which is the black one. You may need a knife to cut the instruction sheet open, and that's all you should need. For the stock removal, you got to remove these front and rear rock guards, and that's where you use this T10 Torx wrench. If you have a drill driver, it would go faster. I didn't have one though that would fit in here with this wheel well. There's six on the three in the front and three in the back. With these out, the well should go a little quicker. Don't lose those because you'll need them later.So I'm going to take the front one, and spin it down like that. That should do it. St this aside. Peel that down. That's the stock removal. So you can get the liner in next. DS, driver side. And the other side, passenger side, so PS. So take these back. Get this in here. This inside here. Make sure they're inside the lid. So you want to make sure that the liners back here are... We're going here in here. Make sure these pans are in place. That one popped out.So it goes in here like this. So just put it like that. And then can you get these back in at least a couple turns. Front and back. Make sure they're in position there. Back here. Take these. This is... If you don't use the washers, then there's little holes lined up here. That's how you know they're in the right place. Holes line up. I have to push the liner up a little bit. Two more back here. Move them up into position there.Make sure there's a hole. And then tighten these off with a torque wrench. These are all tucked in nice. Tighten by hand as much as possible. Important to have these pans in place. And portal would come out of them. It comes out the center. That's a good one. Push that one. Now, let's get the other side.Okay. So you just tighten those and then tighten the front ones. Hand tight. Untighten down with the torques. Don't overtighten. Make sure these pins are all in. And push your door. So here's the passenger side. I'm going to repeat the whole process. PS stands for passenger side. On the passenger side, remove the rock protector again. Insert these. Then put the push pins in. And then reattach the rock protectors on the passenger side.Jake: That's going to wrap it up here for our review and install of the rear wheel well guards in black, fitting 2020 and newer Silverado 2500 and 3500s. Thanks so much for watching. And as always for all things Silverado, be sure to keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Wheel Well Guards
      • Damage and Impact Protection
      • Durable Stress Resistance
      • Guards Air Bags and Wheel Components
      • Powder-Coated Finish
      • Made from Strong Synthetics
      • Easy Installation
      • Fits 2020-2023 Silverado 2500 HD Models


      Modern Wheel Protection. Keep your Silverado's tires safe from damage with this Husky Liners Rear Wheel Well Guards; Black. Designed to maintain smooth wheel function, it catches the impact of rock, dirt, mud and other debris that could block or damage the components, ensuring safe travel and reliable performance.

      Strong Molding. Designed to offer maximum impact protection, this kit features a tough design with precisely molded synthetics to tightly fit around the frame and metalwork of your vehicle and stock wheel setup.

      Installation. This product is easy to install and should take about 1 hour.

      Application. The Husky Liners Rear Wheel Well Guards; Black fits 2020-2023 Silverado 2500 HD models.


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      • (2) Wheel Well Guards

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