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Old 09-21-2005, 01:41 PM
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Question Mud flaps

My 2004 40th anniversary ed. mustang keeps on getting mud splashed up on the side, resulting in me cleaning it all the time. So I was looking for a set of splash-guards/ mud flaps. I couldn't find any for my mustang at the local part stores, and was unwilling to just screw up cheap generic mud flaps. I was looking online, but I can't get a feel for what would look right. Too be honest, I prefer the look without the mud flaps, but I fear I will scratch the paint if I don't add them (lots of gravel around where I live). Does anyone have splash-guards/mudflaps they like, and would suggest that I buy? Otherwise I think I will go with the "Ford Mustang Factory Molded Splash Guard Mud Flap Kit". It's around $70, and looks like the best option right now, even though I haven't seen a picture of them on a mustang.
 
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Old 09-21-2005, 01:47 PM
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Look into the clear bra stuff.Almost invisible and will protect your paint.
 
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Ya them naked lady ones are pretty classy Momacita. Just have to make sure there them cool chrome ones ahuck. Next after I grow that mullet I'll have to start to chew, skoal only none of that sissy cheap stuff. But seriously, does anyone know of a good set of splash guards and mud flaps for a 2004 mustang? I'm not going to get a car bra. Although I have seen some that look good, I prefer the look without them and I don't think they will be necessary.


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Old 09-22-2005, 11:38 AM
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If you get mudflaps, make sure to order the optional dixie horn.
 
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Old 09-22-2005, 01:25 PM
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I'm not taling about a leather bra.I'm talking about the clear film you put on that protects your paint.You can't even tell it's there.
 
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Is there any serious advise on this issue or am I on my own? I don't want huge flaps, just something small that will prevent my car from stripping the paint when it kicks up gravel. I won't be on gravel roads often, but I do drive on tar and chipped roads a lot, which often will have some loose gravel around them. The flaps are in no way to add to the cosmetics of the car, I want them just for their functionality. Basically I am looking for the smallest functional splash guards, and mudflaps. I know I am not the only person with this problem considering ford does make mud flaps for the mustang. What I would really like is possibly a picture of what some of these splash guards/mudflaps look like on a mustang, and some real advise as to what I should go with.

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The clear bra is a good idea for protecting my car from other vehicles. But I can assure you if I am on a road with a lot of gravel, I will keep my distance from the car ahead of me. My car really needs protection from itself, from the rock it throws up, especially around turns. I could conceivably take my turns slower, but lets be honest that's not going to happen. However thanks for the advise, I didn't know about the clear bra before, and some day I might want to look into that. Do you know how long they last? Or how hard they are to install?
 
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Check this site out,it will convince you.
http://www.invisiblemask.com/site.ht...OVMTC=standard
 
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Old 09-22-2005, 01:46 PM
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Well that site did'nt have the stuff for the rear Hmmmmmm.
 
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Definately go for the clear bra thing. I need to order some as well. Ill dig up the site hang on.

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http://www.fordpower.net/store/custo...=19&cat=&page=
 
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Old 09-22-2005, 07:15 PM
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I have the ford ones, I took em off, ill sell em to you for like 30 plus shipping
 
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Thanks madmatt the clear car bra plastic for behind the rear wheels is exactly what I need . They should protect my paint without the need of big mud flaps. I didn't know they made those for behind the rear tires.
 
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Glad to help. Youre still getting the nudie girl ones though right?
 
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Old 09-23-2005, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by SIU-EIT
Thanks madmatt the clear car bra plastic for behind the rear wheels is exactly what I need . They should protect my paint without the need of big mud flaps. I didn't know they made those for behind the rear tires.
Geez thats what I was trying to tell you.
 
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Maybe I can just get the naked chicks printed on the clear plastic Momacita. Thanks for your help.
 

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