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Mudflaps

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C6 Chassis)' started by Tuddie, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. Tuddie
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    [Dec 20, 2012]
    Anyone got decent pics of Audi mudflaps on their A6 ? if so could you post a few up please, im looking for mudflaps just now but not sure what they look like on the A6 as some mudflaps can be so small there almost useless.
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    [Dec 24, 2012]
    i've got them on mine, they keep the dirt down well, but i have ripped one of the back ones off twice, if your lower or go over kirbs etc don't bother with rears!
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    Any piccies?
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    [Jan 3, 2013]
    Cheers Aly thats perfect, i like them think ill get a set now, nice car btw.
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    Glad of my mudflaps, they really do keep all the **** off the back

    As stated though, watch out for low kerbs etc or you will rip them off


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    [Apr 4, 2013]
    Oh sorry to ask, but either of you DIY fit? Also do you really need to remove the wheels to do it?

    Bought a set of 4 last Sept but just been too cold to fit..still is....brrrrr!
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    [Apr 5, 2013]
    Yer wheels had to come off and tbh had to trim the rear bumper a tiny bit to get em to fit properly but there on and look good.
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    If I have to 'trim' my rear bumper they are going back to Audi as not fit for purpose...had I wanted to do that would have bought a cheap 'universal fit' set :unsure:
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