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    Question Do mudflaps on A3 Hatchback come off easily?

    Just wondering is the mudflaps on the A3 (2004) come off easily?
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    yeah they com off easy enough on the front you have to turn the wheels and on the rear you wil have to take the wheels off the car to access the screws holding them on mate , they are held on by torque's bits/hex screws cant remember what number they are off hand but they are a 30 mins job i would have thought
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    Thanks mate, just what i wanted to hear
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