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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Guys

Want to pick up a set of mudflaps for my 307 (5 door) and there are sets on ebay for next to nothing.

Are they any good?


The price is £5 plus £10 shipping....

David
 

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I've had a lot of good stuff off Ebay.
Mudflaps - I don't know - best to check the sellers feedback & score.

I presume they're ok. They will be quite heavy to post. What can go wrong with a mudflap?
 
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Ok...package arrived, and I'm impressed.

For £15 delivered for a set of four, these flaps are excellent.

The fit to the body is as perfect and as you would expect.

The moulding quality is really good, wth no flashing at the edges.

One of the better ebay buys!

David
 
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ok, ok, I fell at the second fence....:(

The flaps align with the body perfectly, BUT, the fitting kit is a set of self tappers!!!

I dont suppose anyone has a picture of the Genuine Peugeot fitting parts?

I found them in the parts cat, but the picture is so small, you cant make anything from it.

So - if anyone has fitted flaps, I would be interested in hearing!

David
 
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Ok - flaps are on the car and looking good!

I just used the supplied self tappers and used these wee "U" clips that you used to get with cheap car speakers.

I aligned the flaps, drilled a 1/16" hole through the wing liner, and used the "U" clips to attach.

Easy 30min job and well worth the time/money.

David
 
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