Ahhh. that's the problem with the delay.It's my 1st time posting pics in this forum, so don't dismiss the possibility of User Error on my part ... I uploaded the pics in my Gallery, then added them to the post.
Your image size is very large. If you right click (or touch) on the picture itself and copy it from the the gallery then paste it here, you get the opportunity to use a full-sized image or a thumbnail. Thumbnail works best for display in the thread. Otherwise, people only see part of the image and have to scroll through it to see eveything. Thumbnails let the viewer look at the full-sized image in another screen, then zoom in and out at will. Example below:It's my 1st time posting pics in this forum, so don't dismiss the possibility of User Error on my part ... I uploaded the pics in my Gallery, then added them to the post.
No, they were straight before installing. They are just a little too long. I feel like this is what they look like on a lot of other vehicles I see while driving.Wow! I would expect the rear to be "in line" with the front. Is it bowed like that even before it is installed or does squeezing it in place make look like that?
The instructions show front tabs have adhesive and the rears don't. I guess I could try flipping them when I get home to see if it helps. The backs were probably as flush as they could get to the back. I will let you known what I find out if flipped. They just seem too long.Have you tried switching sides with the rears? Maybe they're marked or boxed incorrectly.