Holden OE Mudflaps

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Re: Holden OE Mudflaps

Post by No Moa » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:22 pm

I think we all inquired enough, someone finally caught on. lol
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Re: Holden OE Mudflaps

Post by s/c'd cav » Wed Sep 12, 2018 10:29 pm

No Moa wrote:I think we all inquired enough, someone finally caught on. lol
that is very VERY possible !! ;)

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Re: Holden OE Mudflaps

Post by HoldenPPV » Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:09 am

Finally got mine on today. It’s only been 7 months, lol.

There was a reason for my delay though. I wanted to take the Camaro wheels off and put the black steelies on for the winter since those wheels already have a nice set of Goodyear Ultra Grip M/S tires on them.

The flaps fit well. I took Fudgehog’s advice and did not install the push pins on the front. To do so, would have had to drill through the metal body. They are on there rock solid even without the plastic push pins. I used light duty thread locker on all the screws, just in case.
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