I gave it a 3 star rating not due to looks or function but a couple other reasons. 1 is the hardware, the small course thread screws are very short and because of the clamping effect involved in the install I found them hard to feel properly. Is it still clamping more or stripping? I will tighten a bit more and ooops. I replaced them with 1/2" long 8-32 socket head machine screws and #8 flat washers and tightened them far more with very good results. 2 I thought the parts felt a bit cheap and thought they could be a little more substantial but the fit was good and they look very nice. I suppose the fact that they are very lightweight is not a bad thing when hanging on an OEM fender, I am sure the bounce or deflection of the stock rear fender is minimal. My situation was unique. The previous owner hung a big rubber mud flap on the rear fender with 3 big ugly bolts and flatwashers! To top that off for some reason they took a saw and cut out that flat duck bill thing at the bottom of the fender. This mud flap bolted on in 2 of the 3 holes they drilled and the chrome accent covers the sawn out portion so you cannot tell! Should help at trade in time. Much better looking than the trailer mud flap! I rate it 5 stars for this damage repair benefit!