Quality mud flaps for a late Boxer ??

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  1. Charlie

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    Looking for some mud flaps for our 2013 Boxer.

    Would like some really decent quality ones . Genuine Peugeot would be fine or a quality alternative .
    I could just go to the local dealers but they are robbing sods.

    Any info appreciated !
     
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    have a look in the truck spares places you can get nice ones and not expensive . they will cut down . one makes two etc . must be good truck shop place near you for sure.
     
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    I made a pair out of some reinforced rubber conveyor belt and made a pair of aluminium brackets to mount them to the vehicle body and to add support across the width of the flap. Just got to get round to fitting them on now but should do the job perfectly.
     
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    Hi Charlie I got a set fiamma about £30 god quality had mine 3yrs still look new
     
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    I should have mentioned our van is a PVC.... so am thinking it may differ at least at the rear as I have normal wheel arches unlike many coachbuilt vans ?
    The fronts should be the same though.
     
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    My front are would be same as yours normal Peugeot and fiamma would fit them also they do rear ones ,what I like about them is that they are not to thine and are ridged ,
     
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