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Front Mud Flaps

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Looking for mud flaps (front & rear) for 59 plate Focus Titanium. Can't seem to find front flaps on Ford site

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Looking for mud flaps (front & rear) for 59 plate Focus Titanium. Can't seem to find front flaps on Ford site

http://shop.ebay.co.uk/i.html?Manufacturer=Ford&Model%252F%2520Series=Focus%2520MK3&_nkw=mud%20flaps&_dmpt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&_fln=1&_ssov=1&_trksid=p3286.c0.m282

ford charge ridiculous prices anyway

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It's about £24 each end for a pair - unless prices have gone up? I paid £48 from a Ford dealership for all four mudflaps and fixing kits.

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If you wait till the morning I will do you an owners club deal

Ok.

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I fitted mud flaps this weekend just gone. So simple and easy to fit. No drilling or chopping or anything drastic. It's always best to get the genuine parts too. some of these after market cheapo types dont do your car justice. I fitted bigger wheels (ford c-max alloys 16 inch) after fitting the mudflaps and the clearance is huge.

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allen parts on ebay are a genuine ford parts seller

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Are these easy to fit to a Mk1 Focus? I think they add a certain look to the car as well as obviously doing the job they're made for. I don't want to do it if it involves drilling holes in the bodywork etc though.

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Are these easy to fit to a Mk1 Focus? I think they add a certain look to the car as well as obviously doing the job they're made for. I don't want to do it if it involves drilling holes in the bodywork etc though.

the genuine ones come with metal clamps thet slip on which is fine for the rear where it just meets plastic on the front its metal so i used clear waxoyl then underseal before i fitted them they are easy to fit and no drilling at all importantly they stop the stones thrown up from the tyres from chipping the lower portions of the doors where they then rust and the car stays cleaner as well

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Ok, I'll make sure I stick to the genuine ford ones. Cheers.

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