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Late Model Mudflaps -- CURRENTLY SHIPPING

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    #61
    Originally posted by Nalex View Post
    Still available?

    If no longer available, I have my set which I can't use. Ended up putting an Mtech body kit on my car which the flaps won't work with.

    Edit: sold these.
    Last edited by earthwormjim; 04-11-2019, 11:52 AM.

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      #62
      still available?

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        #63
        No, I was able to sell them.

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          #64
          How well did these end up fitting?

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            #65
            I had issues with the front flap fitment. I wasn't able to secure the front flaps with the clips provided. I'm assuming others either didn't have this issue, haven't reported it, or were able to secure the front flaps using a different method.

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              #66
              Originally posted by mach schnell View Post
              How well did these end up fitting?
              Meh.

              I have alum bumpers and there were gaps between the bumper and the rear flaps. If I lived in a dirtier/dustier climate, that gap would be filled with crud ASAP.

              The fronts were a bit of an issue. One of my front fenders are a DOT BMW fender and it isn't EXACTLY the same in the inner fender as the drivers side factory one. As a result, it just doesn't fit as well. Still need to find something stronger than the metal clips supplied in the kit.

              My main issue of contention was figuring out what hardware to use, on each flap.

              Overall I'd give 'em a 7.5/10.
              Nowhere near the quality of OEM, but better than no flaps at all.
              And for something that's seldom driven, it works just fine.
              Last edited by Stanley Rockafella; 05-18-2019, 11:19 PM.
              If it's got tits or tires, it's gonna cost ya!

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