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Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

Right where would be a good place to look for mudflaps as i would like a set for my car. Seller on ebay wants £23 a pair and i dont wanna spend that much. Anyone got any they dont want.

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You're not having mine Muppet - you get your own

Make sure you get the Fiat originals (with Stilo logo on) - they look great
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Right where would be a good place to look for mudflaps as i would like a set for my car. Seller on ebay wants £23 a pair and i dont wanna spend that much. Anyone got any they dont want.

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MUDFLAPS-fiat-...QQcmdZViewItem


http://www.extremeautoaccessories.co...p?section=1429
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

Thanks for the link Swansea2007, Think i might just have to pay £23 a pair as at least i know they look good and might last a long time.

Argonought, Shame on you for not sharing.
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

I went for those of fleabay as they are genuine fitting items for the rear on my multiwagon, having put cheap mudflaps on previous cars I opted for the origenal items to save any hassle of fitting and happy with the purchase even if more costly than other options ..and yep they have the stilo logo on them and fit with ease
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

Well thanks, will order a set now for the back and then maybe a set for the front next month.
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I went for those of fleabay as they are genuine fitting items for the rear on my multiwagon, having put cheap mudflaps on previous cars I opted for the origenal items to save any hassle of fitting and happy with the purchase even if more costly than other options ..and yep they have the stilo logo on them and fit with ease
Sweet Got any pics of them and are they the links i posted on here as im after a set?
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FIAT-STILO-MUL...3286.m20.l1116

Well these are the ones i have found and just bought.
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

yep same company I bought from had no trouble with them and they are genuine items I recieved, I do not have any pics of them fitted but they are the fiat fittings for the rear on m/wagon which is a clip type fitting then tighten with allan key no drilling into bodywork needed.
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

Got my Mudflaps for my Stilo Mw this morning and have fitted them.

Looks better with them on and will highly recommend the seller on ebay that i bought from http://stores.ebay.co.uk/MSC-TRADING.





Well worth paying the extra for as you can see they fit and look very nice. Just need to save for the fronts now.
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

The mudflaps do make it look much better , and do a good job of helping keep it clean and reduce chippings!

I fitted them all round on my 5door stilo, looks much more finished off with them fitted!

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Just need to save for the fronts now.
And a wheel trim?
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

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And a wheel trim?
Or four.... and a wash
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

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Or four.... and a wash
Er well two wheel trims, But have a new set of alloys just needing tyres and what do you mean a wash.

Thats Clean for my car.
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

Atleast you didn't have to hide your plate in that one.

So how many miles after a wash does it take to get that dirty?
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Re: Mudflaps for a Multiwagon

How many miles haven't a clue. I just wash it when i feel i want too, i have washed it twice and polished it once through!!
But trouble is it was bought for carrying my 3 springers and if you know anyone who has springers you will know what they are like.
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