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Thread: Golf MKV & MKVI Mini Splash Guards

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    I think I should do this to my r32 as well. Just a standard mud flaps will do ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by degers View Post
    ^^ Not for me either... Frazza - have you ditched the photos?
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    I actually made mine a bit bigger so that the top aligns with the top of where the liner overlaps the guard and a couple of cms longer because there can still be gunk thrown up if they're too short. Mine ended up being 275mm instead of the 218mm.
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    Nice. I notice that mine kicks up some mud every now and then too - which is weird as I only do city driving.

    They look good mate!
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    I made my own variation up of these mini mud flaps - not to hi jack this thread but its just another option. Mine are smaller, more discreet and made from sturdy but flexible plastic thats about 2mm thick. I wanted mine mainly to help stop stone chips flicking up onto the side skirts - and they appear to work well.

    I'll get some better shots, but this is all i've got for now (bad pic taken in the garage at night and dirty car)


    Quote Originally Posted by _Just View Post
    Nice. I notice that mine kicks up some mud every now and then too - which is weird as I only do city driving.

    They look good mate!

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    Wow, that a Micro mini mudflap,
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    Just a heads up I bought a set of original front mud flaps...I have modified them to fit the R..Yes its possible with a hobby knife and some time....maybe 20-30 min each side.
    Will post up pics tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tippah View Post
    Just a heads up I bought a set of original front mud flaps...I have modified them to fit the R..Yes its possible with a hobby knife and some time....maybe 20-30 min each side.
    Will post up pics tomorrow.
    Sweet, i was thinking of doing that, i'd be interested to see how they turned out
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    Quote Originally Posted by tippah View Post
    Just a heads up I bought a set of original front mud flaps...I have modified them to fit the R..Yes its possible with a hobby knife and some time....maybe 20-30 min each side.
    Will post up pics tomorrow.
    pics??

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    Sorry guys I'm away with work. Il try and get to it tomorrow
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