ATTENTION blurple owners with mudflaps

Tom G

Well-known user
Feb 27, 2008
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North Lincolnshire
Can any blurple owners with mudflaps please post a couple of pics? I'm considering getting some for mine but am undecided on how they'll look.
 
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tom_the_paddy

i don't have any mudflaps on my ebony if that helps???? hehe :)
 
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v6_cougar_london

I don't like them personally, I think they make the car look abit dated somehow... But each to their own :wink5:
 
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icermanz

Heres a pic of my cougar with mudflaps on rear....

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Pid_16V

Admin (Uncle Al)
Club Admin
Nov 20, 2006
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Mansfield (Robin Hood Country)
Tom,
If i needed to decide "mudflaps or not". Today would have forced my decision, i had to drive along a half mile stretch of re-surfaced road (gravel) . It was a nightmare, listening to all that gravel hitting, even though i was only doing 15mph. I was also very lucky there was no traffic coming from the opposite direction.
 
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tom_the_paddy

Didn't some members find them rubbing paint off??

they do rub the paint off but only if they aren't fitted tightly enough and allowed to move and scratch the surface..

I did used to have a set on mine but took them off to clean up when i got new rims and when the roush kit went on they wouldn't fit again and i managed to loose one of them somewhere in my garage????

They looked fine on mine (but they blended easier, what with mine being a superior black cat ;) )and because of the cougar emblem etc on them they were pretty smart and they do a good job in keeping the crap spraying up onto your paintwork
 

WildV6

Club Member
Feb 2, 2008
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Devon, UK
I'm looking at putting flaps on my black coug as well, as think it will improve on the looks...how do you improve an already beautiful car...oh god! did I just say that out loud! lol