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Re: finally got round to posting mudflap pics

Yazza,
I can't find an ebay trader with the name msc trading, could you confirm if that is correct? do you have a link?
How much did all 4 cost you?
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Yazza,
I can't find an ebay trader with the name msc trading, could you confirm if that is correct? do you have a link?
How much did all 4 cost you?
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They were about 24 quid a pair so 50ish in total. Ill try get you a link later, using my phone atm. If your car has side skirts the genuine fiat front mudflaps wont fit.
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Re: finally got round to posting mudflap pics

Ta,
I don't have skirts though (shame)
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Ta,
I don't have skirts though (shame)
True they look smart. How much was your grille btw?
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True they look smart. How much was your grille btw?
About 45 inc delivery from a german ebay site, here's a link to an old thread I posted.
https://www.fiatforum.com/stilo/1203...rman-ebay.html
link for stilo stuff - http://shop.ebay.co.uk/merchant/baun...dkw=&_osacat=0
link for the grill - http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/KUHLERGRILL-FI...1%7C240%3A1318
It's the Mattig one, like the standard Fiat one but without the badge.
I've just checked and they've gone up to 60

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And for you .. http://search.stores.ebay.co.uk/MSC-...504683QQsofpZ0
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Re: Mud flaps - easy enough to fit?

not got round to putting mine on yet so got some pics of fittings etc
this is front + rear flaps and fittings.






no instructions with mine either so if any one can confirm which type of clips fit where on flaps a fitting guide can be made.
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Re: Mud flaps - easy enough to fit?

I was going to fir my Stilo mudflaps but went and bought an Alfa, ill get round to posting an ad for them soon!
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not got round to putting mine on yet so got some pics of fittings etc
this is front + rear flaps and fittings.






no instructions with mine either so if any one can confirm which type of clips fit where on flaps a fitting guide can be made.

the clippings on the left of the photo are for the rear guards and are used in three places to secure the guard to the rear bumper. really easy. One at the bottom of bumper, two on the side. HOWEVER i used all three on the side as the guards can catch things and it gave them more flex on the underside and less liekly to rip them off.
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Re: Mud flaps - easy enough to fit?

just fitted them, fronts seem perfect fit used 3 clips on side and 1 screw into arch liner(wheel on full lock and used stubby screwdriver).feel very secure.rears didnt seem to want to follow the profile of the bumper that well, sides were ok but corner seems wrong and couldnt get a clamp on the bottom until i cut a section out of the flap, there seems to be no bumper to clamp on where it needs it? anyway theyre on and gap is minimal, 2 clamps on side and one on bottom.
its a 3 door 56 plate could it be a different bumper shape?now to defrost hands.
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Re: Mud flaps - easy enough to fit?

its not changed, my old 03 was like that too.

like i said, i just clamped the edges as the flaps sat better and when they scraped it allowed more flex in the flap and i didnt lose a clip!
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Re: Mud flaps - easy enough to fit?

pics on car





lets see if they keep the tar spots of the sill and bottom of door ?
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