Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

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handsomejackuk
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Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by handsomejackuk » Fri 02 Dec, 2016 15:02

HI,

finding it more difficult to kepp the car clean in this weather, anyone got recommendations for mudflaps universal, or is there any type that fit good and look good on a Z3 ?

pics please if you got some fitted

thanks Al..

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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by BladeRunner919 » Fri 02 Dec, 2016 15:46

I have these bookmarked on ebay:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190977807534

because I think someone on here recommended them ages ago. I can't vouch for them, as I've not tried them personally.

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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by Bonzo » Fri 02 Dec, 2016 19:30

You only really need them on the front!

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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by handsomejackuk » Fri 02 Dec, 2016 20:41

BladeRunner919 wrote:I have these bookmarked on ebay:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190977807534

because I think someone on here recommended them ages ago. I can't vouch for them, as I've not tried them personally.
thats not a bad price for those, be interested to know anyone else that has fitted them and if they are ok...

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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by bertiejaffa » Sat 03 Dec, 2016 09:32

Halfords own - trim down the edge and they look great


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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by c_w » Sun 04 Dec, 2016 20:26

Nice one, been looking for some for my car to stop the inevitable battering the sill and front wing paint gets. Was there a choice of flaps or is it just these (ie just in case I buy some that might not fit as well as those!)?

How did you attach them? screw through arch liner?
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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by bertiejaffa » Sun 04 Dec, 2016 20:30

c_w wrote:Nice one, been looking for some for my car to stop the inevitable battering the sill and front wing paint gets. Was there a choice of flaps or is it just these (ie could I buy some that might not fit as well as those!)?
Halfords have one set of "universal" mudflaps - there maybe others you could buy but these have been used by a number of the crew on here and .org now and at £12 they are magic - look at this link on eBay which look exactly the same and the bit you cut away (I used a dremmel) is plain to see

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x-UNIVERSAL- ... 211221d82f
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Re: Mudflaps anyone universal or recommendations

Post by handsomejackuk » Sun 04 Dec, 2016 21:23

bertiejaffa wrote:Halfords own - trim down the edge and they look great


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they look good thanks...

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