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Old 02-09-2013, 11:16 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where I could find myself a set (4) of either RallyArmor or Corksport mud flaps that are meant for a 2000 Miata SE? Preferably not a "universal" fit. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:34 PM   #2
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I have no idea what you mean, but I have the factory '99 flaps that I'd sell.
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Go to napa, buy the big rig mud flap, (its like 18x36), cut your own. Way stronger than the rally armor ones. But look at the rally armor instructions to figure out what hardware you need to buy at the hardware store to install them. And after you custom cut your own flaps just follow the rally armor install instructions.
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I have no idea what you mean, but I have the factory '99 flaps that I'd sell.
google image corksport mud flaps or rally armor mud flaps and you'll know what im talking about... the reason i want these mud flaps is because i want to stay away for the oem "splash guards" thanks for the reply
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Go to napa, buy the big rig mud flap, (its like 18x36), cut your own. Way stronger than the rally armor ones. But look at the rally armor instructions to figure out what hardware you need to buy at the hardware store to install them. And after you custom cut your own flaps just follow the rally armor install instructions.
shouldn't rally armor's polyurethane flap be durable enough? im just looking for something to hang slightly lower than the oem splash guard to protect from rocks and other debris flying up and nicking my paint.
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Even the poly RA's tear if you say, back up and drag it along a curb. The fiber reinforced rubber from the big rig mud flap is much stronger.
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Even the poly RA's tear if you say, back up and drag it along a curb. The fiber reinforced rubber from the big rig mud flap is much stronger.
so far the rally armors on my sti have held up, no tears... have never actually heard of polyurethane's "tearing?"
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