2012+ S Line and S4 genuine rear mudflap solution found?

GC001

Registered User
In case you wanted to know....

I had fitted some front genuine mudflaps to the S4 but as we know the rears dont fit 2012 facelift cars.
Today I managed to fit the 8V S3 and A3 S Line (hatch) rear mudflaps with minimal modifications. it requires the carpet wheel arch cover to be trimmed slightly and a small bit of the bumper to be trimmed with a knife. which is then covered by the new mudflap.

Its about 10mm off the tab at the bottom corner of the bumper to allow the fitting.

2 screws into the carpet liner and the fixing on the top and its done. There are holes for other fixings but they dont line up so i've left them.






Part number is ZGB8V2075101

I know they wont be to everyones taste but being Misano Red the stones keep causing the clearcoat to peel on the edge of the bumper as they are thrown off the rear wheels. hoping this protects and hides any damage.
 

S.line

Registered User
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Mud flaps or no mud flaps????
 

Fctaff

Registered User
I am a fan of mad flaps tbh,I'm always fit them to my cars
 

GeoffDunk

Registered User
I am deff a fan, factory ones usually look pretty good. Does anyone know if Audi do them for the RS4?
 

jdp1962

Grumpy Old Man
In case you wanted to know....

I had fitted some front genuine mudflaps to the S4 but as we know the rears dont fit 2012 facelift cars.
Today I managed to fit the 8V S3 and A3 S Line (hatch) rear mudflaps with minimal modifications. it requires the carpet wheel arch cover to be trimmed slightly and a small bit of the bumper to be trimmed with a knife. which is then covered by the new mudflap.

Its about 10mm off the tab at the bottom corner of the bumper to allow the fitting.

2 screws into the carpet liner and the fixing on the top and its done. There are holes for other fixings but they dont line up so i've left them.






Part number is ZGB8V2075101

I know they wont be to everyones taste but being Misano Red the stones keep causing the clearcoat to peel on the edge of the bumper as they are thrown off the rear wheels. hoping this protects and hides any damage.

@GC001, do you have any pics from when you were fitting so we can see the cuts you had to make? If you, can you put together a little "how to" post?

Thanks
 
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