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    Default Mudflap fitting question?

    I've got a facelift Vectra C 1.9CDTi DESIGN and wondered if anyone knows wether or not the hard plastic moulded mudflaps would fit with my side skirt not being as fluted as the SRi ones?

    Any advice would be appreciated .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil MC View Post
    ...with my side skirt not being as fluted as the SRi ones...

    Cracking use of the word 'fluted' there mate...

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    Hmmm...got me wondering how else I could have described it??? Lol.

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    Does anyone know if these mudflaps can be fitted to a Design?

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    There is a Design drives around near mine, see it quite often and it has mudflaps on.

    Contoured, shaped, moulded, streamlined, sexy.......etc etc lol
    [SIGPIC]VX<font color=Red>R</font> with added Courtenay <img src=https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.png border=0 alt= title=Big Grin class=inlineimg />

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    Cheers Gary,

    I think I'll go ahead and get them now.

    I can always sell them on again if for some reason they don't fit after all.

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