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Old 09-28-2013, 12:20 AM   #1
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I have been browsing through the images and build threads and I think this would be an appropriate thread to create. I am also looking into options for mud flaps....

Post your mud flap pictures... Maybe 1 overall picture of the car and 1 close up of the flaps? OEM or after market (ie. rally armor). I think they look awesome on our cars and would love to see the variety!
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I installed OEM mud guards. Pardon the dirty car. It gets a bath tomorrow!

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I think my sonic came with those...weird.
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Mine are also the oem ones.

Side note: I initially read the thread title as "The Mod Fap Thread". Carry on.
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I think my sonic came with those...weird.
Mine too, though nothing weird about it as it's listed on my window sticker.



An expensive option... But I happily paid the lazy tax as these were going on the car one way or another. Just happy I didn't have to install them myself outside in the cold when I bought this car last winter.

Anyway, they seem to work well. This is what I had to clean up after vacation and staying at a house on a dirt road for a week.



I spent a good half hour just washing the mud and sand from the the wheel wells once we got back. But very little made it to the body. I didn't exceed 15 MPH on that dirt road however...
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I have RallyArmor UR flaps.. They are the more expensive ones but worth it for how thick they are.. I will get a picture later today.. I also had the Sparco mud flaps before the RallyArmors which I would not recommend.
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I bought the ones on eBay. No drilling. Fit's like a glove..wait...gloves
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No rally armor flaps guys!?
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Yes RallyArmor flaps guys.




... the cheap ones anyway. Secured with plastic rivets straight to the inside liners.
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Same as above.

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