: Anyone with OEM splash guards and 22's?



Swivel
06-15-13, 08:34 AM
Looking for some experience and/or pictures of these installed. I was looking into the WeatherTech guards but they specifically say they will not fit vehicles with 22's. Not sure why, though clearance does look a bit tight. I'm wondering now if the GM guards (PN 19212797 front and 19212807 rear, I believe) will fit okay.

Pontiacgdh
06-17-13, 08:01 PM
I have the GM guards on the rear of my 07 EXT with 22's. They fit great. I did not put the fronts on because Cadillac indicated that they would not fit properly with the retractible steps.

roadog1aj
06-17-13, 08:13 PM
I have the GM guards front and rear. I was concerned about the fronts working with my retractable steps, but I found several posts where people had installed them with minor adjustments to the steps. Indeed, they did work just fine. I did the minor adjustments (slid the steps back a tad) and they work great with my 22's as well.

chakde
06-17-13, 08:43 PM
Same as above i have the front and rear splash guards installed with 22 on both my trucks. One of them has the retractable steps so had to slide them back a tad (about 1/2 inch)

Blade
06-17-13, 10:24 PM
I've been looking into these also... Would you guys mind posting side-shot pics of how this looks? Been searching all over and can't find any. Thanks!

Swivel
06-18-13, 08:32 AM
For sure pics would be appreciated, and thanks for all the replies. I`ve since seen a few on the street and they look okay.

roadog1aj
06-18-13, 06:38 PM
Here are a couple shots of my guard fitment with the step retracted in and out. I was able to adjust them so they are close but do not rub the guards while moving.

Swivel
06-18-13, 10:26 PM
Thanks!!

QDAWG24
06-21-13, 03:24 AM
I have the color match splash guards with 24 x 9.5 rims fit perfect.

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Swivel
06-21-13, 08:23 AM
^^ Those do look nice, appreciate the pics. I think I will order a black set, try them on and see how they look. The wife really wants them painted body colour, so I may go the auto body supply store and get a spray can of Infrared and try my luck. I've done a similar thing for some underhood parts in my car and the results were pretty good.

08EXTWhiteDiamond
06-23-13, 09:24 AM
Color matched white diamond on my EXT. The OEM also look great from the rear as they are as wide as the tire.

ESCALADE132
06-23-13, 02:11 PM
Can you order them from GM color matched or do you have to take it into the body shop?
Thanks and they look good with the paint matched.

QDAWG24
06-23-13, 06:22 PM
Can you order them from GM color matched or do you have to take it into the body shop?
Thanks and they look good with the paint matched.


I ordered mine from this guy who has an EBay store. I called him provided him with my vin and he shipped them out the same day! Quick and smooth transaction at a good price.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/GM-19212809-Splash-Guards-Rear-Molded-White-Diamond-New-Warranty-Genuine-OEM-/350751005326?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Model%3AEscalade&hash=item51aa639a8e&vxp=mtr

Swivel
06-24-13, 09:24 AM
I found some factory Infrared (Jewel Red) ones for 11/12 Yukon/Tahoe/Escalade from seller abernethychevrolet, but so far none for 2009 Escalade -- not sure what the difference is, if any. I've sent them an inquiry to see if they can supply those.

08EXTWhiteDiamond
06-24-13, 11:19 AM
I ordered mine colored matched from gmpartsdirect - price not too bad I believe the rears were on-sale $66 & $10S&H

Swivel
06-25-13, 12:11 AM
^^ Yeah, I looked, no red.

SALEEN0089
06-30-13, 02:13 PM
Hi check out how nice my caddy looks with Oem Splash guards with the articulating Running-boards!! And all you have to do is move the running-boards back about a half-inch there are 4 Allen bolts on the board side just need to be loosened tap the boards back with a rubber hammer gently make sure that they're not hitting the splash gaurds with boards out position and then tighten the bolts back!!!

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SALEEN0089
06-30-13, 02:20 PM
[QUOTE="SALEEN0089"]Hi check out how nice my caddy looks with Oem Splash guards with the articulating Running-boards!! And all you have to do is move the running-boards back about a half-inch there are 4 Allen bolts on the board side just need to be loosened tap the boards back with a rubber hammer gently make sure that they're not hitting the splash gaurds with boards out position and then tighten the bolts back!!!

Swivel
06-30-13, 06:10 PM
Nice, I think I'll go ahead and order a set of 4 in black, go to my local body shop supply store and get a rattle-can of Infrared made up. With some adhesion promoter, I think it should work just fine. I'll post results when I actually get around to doing this.