They can attach to the plastic bumper, but per instructions you cut the plastic. They are actually designed to go with the granit series bumper. I actually prefer the look of them this way. Got'em for 88 bucks, was willing to experiment.
Installed my bedrails, did not want to cut my plastic bumper so I just drilled some new holes in bracket and relocated the rail a little further away from bumper. If I ever get that bumper I can easily install as intended.
Not trying to be a wise guy, but I never understood the desire for power seats unless maybe you have multiple drivers in and out all the time. I adjusted the seat when I bought it and haven't touched it since.
Haven't installed it yet, but I got the AEV lift for my Mojave....no interest in messing with the springs as it rides nice now, just want a little lift. Like you, sticking with 35s and would not want to go any higher in any case.
yes, I've did that as well....either I'm missing something obvious, or for some reason my brake lines are shorter, I should have taken a picture. I buttoned it all back up and will try again on a good weather day.
Not sure, its just what the Discount Tire guy said after he made a call to check on availability. From the perspective he displayed to me, they have been released but there is just a big demand for that size. All I know for sure is that I couldn't buy them.
Not so much about being noticed by others, but as a car enthusiast, actually finding a vehicle interesting months or years after purchase. Never had that with anything else, it just became another appliance within a few months. I was never on a forum discussing my GMC Canyon.