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Mud flaps

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by ajax1976, Nov 23, 2012.

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    Just thought I'd update this thread for future reference.

    Did some research and ended up picking up genuine mudflaps for a Seat Exeo, got front and rear for £40 on Ebay. Bumpers on an Exeo looked very similar in pictures so thought I'd chance it and turns out they fit 100% perfect. Really pleased with the fit and how they look, dead easy to fit so hopefully they'll keep the sides on the car a bit cleaner.

    Part Numbers are Front; 3R0075111
    Rear; 3R0075101

    Never actually contacted my local Seat dealer to see what they cost direct but I would guess they might be a bit cheaper than Audi dealers.

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    Good result. They look pretty sharp. I always fit mudflaps; they make such a difference to the lower sides of the car.
     
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    They do look quite all right. Might consider some of these.
     

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