Author Topic: Looking for Mudflaps for 2011 Fozza  (Read 645 times)

October 05, 2019, 04:51:37 PM
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belgarath_81

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Hi guys.

I bought my first Fozza in May. Last week was her first proper off road adventure through the Baviaanskloof.

The amount of dust and rocks flying up against the side of the car was bad, and the plastic cover on the rear bulge took a hammering.

Any idea where to look for mudflaps/share a template so I can cut my own?
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October 14, 2019, 11:19:27 PM
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mauritsvw

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October 23, 2019, 05:53:29 PM
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belgarath_81

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Thank you!

They are reliable and all that?
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October 23, 2019, 09:03:23 PM
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berndp

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Hi guys.

I bought my first Fozza in May. Last week was her first proper off road adventure through the Baviaanskloof.

The amount of dust and rocks flying up against the side of the car was bad, and the plastic cover on the rear bulge took a hammering.

Any idea where to look for mudflaps/share a template so I can cut my own?

Mudflaps don't help for that so much.
Stick some good demarcation tape or similar on that bulge, and replace every year, or just live the plastic showing you had fun....
Mudflaps: I made my own from some flooring tiles (the ones with the round indents) I think I posted some pics here some time ago....
There are other options : gorilla is a name to search?

Baviaanskloof: It rocks. Did it once (and a 1/2), hoping for a few more occations.
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Always looking for a tar free "road"
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October 26, 2019, 08:26:11 PM
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belgarath_81

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I think I found your post, but no pics. I might be mistaken though.

Are you talking about vinyl flooring tiles, or rubber mats?
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October 27, 2019, 08:30:51 PM
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PaulR

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Other option is to but the cheap generic numbers from Midas/AutoZone, cut them to size and fit them yourself. I did this, fitted so that they sticking about 5mm out from the bodywork (like a rally car😂), which is quite effective. Works for me
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December 26, 2019, 10:53:10 AM
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namanjohnson101

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hello guys,

Exactly what the title says.. What's your opinion on mud flaps? Would you suggest them to keep the lower/rear part of your car in pristine condition?

Been thinking of just getting simple mud flaps to avoid any rock/pebble/other from scraping up any part of the body.kamukta

thanks and regards