Peugeot boxer mudflaps

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  1. Jase

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    Is anyone of you with a boxer base that has fitted mudflats to the front. I was looking for a set at a reasonable price that don't need cut to shape and that don't need drilled to the van. Any suggestions? Genuine Peugeot ones are £65. Roughly. Appreciate any advice
     
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    ive always found mud flaps to be more trouble than there worth
     
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    Got our Fiamma front flaps from Johns Cross. They fit perfectly and the van is now so much cleaner, no muck thrown up the doors, along the sides or onto the exhaust. Can't remember how much they were, around £35 I think.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    We had them fitted to Pug as an extra , when we bought the base vehicle , before conversion.
     
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    I fitted Fiamma to front and they fitted perfect. Paid around £30 three years ago
     
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    Brought the anti spray ones from here for the last van which was a CB, did drill a couple of extra holes in the flaps so I could mount them further out to protect the wider body.
     
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    Are these universal ones or are they specific to the late shape Boxer ?

    Mud flaps are on my list but other than genuine Peugeot ones which are Very expensive I cant find any.. A link to the product would be ace !

    Cheers !.
     
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    @Charlie Just write in Fiamma front mud flaps.
     
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    I bought a pair for £9 off of eBay.
    I did not expect them to be a straight fit and was not disappointed :)
    Having said that they only required a few minutes modification and work as well as any other out there
     
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