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Howto:- Fit Vauxhall Mud flaps
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Howto:- Fit Vauxhall Mud flaps.

I'm starting at the rear.
So start by taking the wheel off the car.

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Give the wheel liner and wheel arch a good clean (I then used panel wipe in the outer paint).
Then remove the torx screws outlined

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using the new screws for them pack fit the top and bottom screw, then with the 3rd screw use it to mark where you need to drill.

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Then remove the mud flap and using a 4mm drill bit drill on your mark (if you have done it right you will go through the centre of the mounting lug)

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you should have the lug behind if not put the one from the kit on.

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Remove the tape

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fit the mud flap with the 3 screws

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that’s the rear fitted.

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Now for the front.

Again remove wheel clean the arch etc.
You need to remove the lug outlined simply use a screwdriver or nail punch and knock the centre out

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pull the lining back a bit tricky take your time.

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Put the fixing lug from the kit on

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put the lining back again take your time is a bit tricky.
Now put the screw from the kit in the centre hole (where you just put the lug) and fix it in place

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then using a 8mm drill bit drill though the lining where outlined in above picture ^^^^^^

then remove the mud flap and remove the tape

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refit the mud flap and then put the two black lugs into the top and bottom hole

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that's it mud flap fitted

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they look good rusty
shame they don't do them for the cars with body kits.
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Bought mudflaps. Make diffrence, car does not become as dirty as pre-mudflapping. Thanks to this guide I mounted front mud flaps during the so called storm, only problem was the dark but I have a flashlight. Thanks again.

Rear will be mounted soon. =)
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Am I right in thinking they cannot be put onto a Vx-line model?


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You would need to modify them to fit mate


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(9:th-Dec-2015, 19:15:01)hejhopp123 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Bought mudflaps. Make diffrence, car does not become as dirty as pre-mudflapping. Thanks to this guide I mounted front mud flaps during the so called storm, only problem was the dark but I have a flashlight. Thanks again.

Rear will be mounted soon. =)
Pre mudflapping.... That made me chuckle

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(1:st-Jan-2016, 21:03:36)bhalay207 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(9:th-Dec-2015, 19:15:01)hejhopp123 Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Bought mudflaps. Make diffrence, car does not become as dirty as pre-mudflapping. Thanks to this guide I mounted front mud flaps during the so called storm, only problem was the dark but I have a flashlight. Thanks again.

Rear will be mounted soon. =)
Pre mudflapping.... That made me chuckle

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Ha, I've only just clicked on


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@Rusty2009 cheers for that, by modifying it do you mean cutting it to shape or something else...


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Yes you'd have to them to shape.


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Thanks for that Smile


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they look good Rusty
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