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    Hi all, had a look round but cant seem to find much info. I want some front mud flaps and was thinking of the cheapo GM logo ones from the bay. Has anyone fitted these? Do you just tap them into the arch liner? Cheers, Rob

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    I had some of the GM logo ones on, I used stainless steel self tappers with large flat washers. Unfortunately I hit some rough ground and it simply got pulled off as you are screwing into the thin plastic arch liner. So unless you can get something to spread the load on the hole in the liners, you may end up losing them.

    I took the three remaining ones off and fitted the official moulded ones and gave the remaining ones to Tonyblade.

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    Use plastic rivets to fix mudflaps, like those that fix the bottem of the bumper. Plenty on ebay

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    Or you could buy the moulded ones C/code them and screw your flat ones to them,can't take any credit for the idea though i copied it off "lizard"
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    Mud flaps on ya mud flaps =

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    cheers guys, my 20's are getting chipped on the rim edge at the back due to the stretch i run. Will try those GM logo ones with rivets as sugested

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    Mmmmmm flaps

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    ^^^^ haha not those type, rubber jobs lol unless you like that sort of thing.....

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    Yeah here ya go use self tapping screws


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