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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: Mudflap - what to look for?


That's weird. Could it be a Series II Ti thing? emoticon

Series II Ti owners: Please confirm emoticon

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Date Registered: 09-2005
Location: Sydney
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I would if I had a car to look at to confirm it. 8( 8( 8(

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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quote:

shane76 wrote:

I would if I had a car to look at to confirm it. 8( 8( 8(



Mate, yours will have no screws left at all when it comes back from that dealership. hahahaha



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Date Registered: 06-2006
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Re: Mudflap - what to look for?


ST-S uses hex screws.

I am now using Philip screws for my new Clark Rubber mudflaps. It looks weird but does the job quite well. Total cost => $23.

I also tried moulded universal mudflaps from Supercheap ($20), they just did not fit well no matter how much I trimed off, so I gave up afer a couple of hours.

BTW, I was just thinking, as a precaution, why not use strong threadlock on all screws and then apply some silicon into the hex holes? Good idea?



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