Ducato front mud flaps

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  1. mentaliss

    mentaliss

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    Ok who's make fits without having to make up bits to fit them , what lasts the longer
    Fiat own at a whopping £ 60+, Fiamma £35+ anything else?
     
  2. rangitira

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    Make yer own:thumb: Pair of rubber car floor mats cut to shape, £0:thumb:

    Made my own from a Shot Blast Cabinet Curtain- - - £0
     
  3. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    £30 from us and if your local you can easily collect and Funsters Discount:thumb:

    http://www.johnscross.co.uk/fiamma-front-motorhome-mud-flaps.html

    Peter
     
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    Techno Funster Life Member

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    eBay universal fit £7.99 plus postage
    Just search ducato mud flaps
    Cheapest genuine are £54.99 delivered
     
  5. sandyketton

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    Halfords order and collect from your local store. £14.99.

    Ours have been on for at least three years with no problems.

    Sandy
     
  6. Minxy Girl

    Minxy Girl Funster Life Member

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    I picked up a set of universal ones new and unopened from a car boot sale for £1!!! :BigGrin:

    I even splashed out and bought another set at a car boot sale a couple of weeks later as spares in case one of the others made a bid for freedom, I wouldn't normally do this but at only 50p (new and sealed) I just couldn't help being so frivolous!!! :Rofl1:
     
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    Just bought the ones for 54.99 off ebay (I forget the company name) but they arrived on time and are really substantial. What I like about them id that the edges are curved and wide so reduce the spray heading back along the van. I didn't like the allen screws for two of the fittings so replaced with 6mm metric 12mm screw/bolt. I also threw in a self tapper with a speed faster behind just in case it ever worked loose.
    Quite a weighty set.
    BTW made some rear ones for the coachbuilt using a Dunelm plastic door mat (brown/black flecks) and it works really well - Cost £7:Smile:
     
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    Ordered some universal flaps off eBay yesterday. At almost £8, they better be good!

    Allan
     
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    Halfords "Cannon" brand less than a tenner and easily fitted, we did ours on a campsite a few years ago took a couple of minutes either side with minimum of tools. :thumb::thumb::thumb:

    Do a better job than the Fiat contoured ones which allow all the crap to spray up onto the hab legs.
     

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