I haven't done it on an 11, but I have on other models. I strongly recommend following the detailed instructions....which, unfortunately, include removing the bumper. It makes the job go much easier....and removing the bumper isn't that big of a deal.mars35 said:I am sportin an exl - res. I am about to venture into installing the factory fogs ordered from Honda. Anyone do this yet and if so any pointers before I dive in and follow the instruction manual. I would rather not take the bumper off etc...
what don't you like about the folding mat?mars35 said:dont bother buying the folding cargo mat... imo... a waste going to send it back
I just installed the splas guards and I have a gap in the back too. Not huge, but noticable, couple of millimeters I would estimate. I was making sure I had a tight a fight on the front and sides when installing it so salt/mud wouldn't get behind the front. From looking at the shape of the body and the guard, I am not sure retightening would help much as the guard seems bowed out more than the body. When you retightened it to minimize the back gap, did the front or sides open any gaps?tom34diy said:mars35, Would you let me know if you are able to get a good fit with the rear guards? I did mine yesterday, and on the rear guards, there is a gap between the guard and the body, where the guards are rounded and the body near the bottom of the bumper is flat. I tried twice, but the gap does not change. I may go by the dealer and look. Also, a tip or two:
The left over screws from the rears are used on the fronts.
Any sharp point, like one of the screws, will punch out the plastic for the front installation, not just a push pin.
Turning the front wheels hard left and rear make putting the fronts on much easier. Thanks. Tom
Check out this link http://www.odyclub.com/forums/54-2011-odyssey/148215-best-place-affordable-parts-accessories.htmlWhere is the best place to order the OEM Foglight kits from? I have a 2006 Ody...thanks!