Since I found the above instructions kinda hard to understand at first I took my own crack at making some.
Installing Metal Cloak fender liners without Metal Cloak flares:
Extra things you will need that are not provided by MetalCloak or mentioned in their instructions:
4 x 3/8” x 4” long Button head socket cap screws
4 x nuts to go with above screws
4 x washers to go with above screws (thin ones so you have as little difficulty fitting flares over them otherwise trimming may be required)
The screws in that size are a pain to find because of the length. That’s why in the pictures you see here they aren’t the same. Lowes didn’t have them, ACE Hardware didn’t have them, and the store that MIGHT have them isn’t open on Sundays so I’ll have to check tomorrow.
Step 1: Place Part A in its spot using the 2 factory screws so you can figure out where to drill the hole for the MetalCloak provided 3/8” x 1” screw and mark that location. Then remove Part A.
Step 2: Using a 25/64” Drill bit (I recommend Cobalt as softer metal drill bits will break, happened to me; also 3/8” works too but it will be a tight fit for the bolt) drill a hole where you marked. Also, depending on your drill size, turning your wheel towards the side you are working on will give you a little more room to get a straight shot at it.
Step 3: Reinstall Part A, and you can use a 9/16” wrench to tighten the bolt in the back. (It’s a pain in the ass but removing the grill should make it easier. I didn’t and just used a 4” long wrench and it worked fine once I was able to get it around the nut.)
Step 4: Fit Part C into place. Making sure it is inside that small cavity entirely. Now, how I figured out where to drill on the outside of the body panel was to take the one from the opposite side and place it right up against it lining up the little nick marks that mark where the tubes for the bolt are. Then I used the drill through those holes to mark the spot and then put the opposite sides Part C away and took out the driver side Part C and began drilling. To get the back wall, I inserted Part C again and lined up the holes and just drilled with the drill bit passing through the tubes in Part C. Install the bottom bolt and nut first then just the top bolt.
Step 5: Take Part B and screw its upper MetalCloak provided nut and washer into place and fit its other opening over the upper bolt used to hold Part C into place. Then install the nut and tighten both the upper and rear nuts.
Repeat for the opposite side.