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Wheel Well Covers Install

I'm getting ready to install the wheel well covers I purchased at the Annual Swiss Festival Rally a few years ago. I have two ways to do the connections, rivet and screw and a couple options on hanging. I can avoid the electrical outlet on the CS by going low and dragging the cover on the ground or go short of the electrical outlet and expose some of the front of the wheel well. So, I have two questions, which method of attaching the skirt snaps is best, rivet or screw and second, is it better to have the skirt at ground/bottom of tire level or go low/long and drag one or the other side when on un-level ground? Would appreciate some advise. I'm leaning toward screws and long on the skirt. Regards. DH
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