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Late Model Mudflaps -- CURRENTLY SHIPPING

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    #46
    I installed one side yesterday on my sedan. My review so far:
    Rear fit perfect. Only issue was the choice of hardware length seemed kinda.. arbitrary? I didn’t really know which lengths to use where, i just kinda figured it out.
    Fronts fit ok, there’s more of a bend in the fender arch here so the flap has to bend more which makes the fitment a little harder. Plus my car is beat so who knows what my fenders have been thru. The clips for the fronts don’t seem very secure, however it’s the only way to really attach the flaps there. I have a feeling they’ll come off the first time i drive the car, and then i’ll just drill a screw in.
    Overall i’m super happy, ive wanted a set of oem flaps for over 5 years.




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      #47
      Originally posted by dasmanschaft012 View Post
      I installed one side yesterday on my sedan.
      Looking forward to some pics of the car when done further away

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        #48
        Mud flaps

        Originally posted by jaywood View Post
        Every order has been shipped!
        Can we still get in on this? I’d like 2 sets

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          #49
          Mud flaps

          Originally posted by jaywood View Post
          Correct. No logo on the fronts.
          Can these still be purchased?

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            #50
            Originally posted by Gwerks1 View Post
            Can we still get in on this? I’d like 2 sets
            Yes, I'll send you a PM



            Originally posted by Gwerks1 View Post
            Can these still be purchased?
            Yes!!

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              #51
              hello, how much to 33604?

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                #52
                89123?

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                  #53
                  When did the OEM flaps begin to omit the "BMW" on the front flaps, as I'm pretty certain the two different sets I bought some years back for my '89 had "BMW" emblazoned on all four?

                  Like so:


                  They look a little odd with only the rear sets having the text IMO, unfortunately.
                  Last edited by 4drPwr; 09-10-2018, 03:52 AM.
                  86Zinno

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                    #54
                    interested
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                      #55
                      I received my mudflaps and haven't opened them but interesting about the front mudflaps not having the 'BMW' stamp. I just looked at some photos of the mudflaps (same PN I think?) that I bought in 2011, and the fronts were stamped 'BMW'.

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                        #56
                        Originally posted by freeride53 View Post
                        I received my mudflaps and haven't opened them but interesting about the front mudflaps not having the 'BMW' stamp. I just looked at some photos of the mudflaps (same PN I think?) that I bought in 2011, and the fronts were stamped 'BMW'.
                        Now that I look at the mounting hardware and installed pics (very clear and helpful) in the first post, it looks like they completely updated the flaps from the old ones, perhaps as part of a new production run? I just read a conversation about dashboards and some other NLA parts that BMW subsequently did a production run on, and it was noted that they often sub-contract out some of these parts runs these days. The new flaps looks a little more rounded at the corners than the old ones (or I may just be seeing things), but I can personally confirm that the mounting hardware on these new ones is completely different from the wonky clamps that were used on the rear flaps on both sets I ordered in the past, some years ago. I vividly remember having to bend them each a certain amount in the bench vise in order to have them clamp worth a damn.
                        86Zinno

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                          #57
                          Mud Flaps

                          Hi,

                          I just join this BMW forum... I would like to buy mud flaps for my e30 1991 318i, Do you still have? Thanx

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                            #58
                            I'm interested too
                            Renting my rear wheel bearing tool kit. SIR
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                              #59
                              Still available guys
                              See the original post for the payment details!!

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                                #60
                                Still available?

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