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I use to have a generic set of mudflaps on the front to protect some new paint I had done along the passenger side. While they did stop the front wheels kicking up dirt all over the doors they looked awful on the car.
The ones you've made look pretty great on the other hand!
Thanks, I'm pretty pleased still with the results myself a couple of weeks on.
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By the way what do you use to cut the material? I was going to use a Stanley knife. I have all the bits and planning to do it this weekend.
I just used a sturdy pair of scissors. Was fairly easy to cut, and I thought I'd be able to get a neater edge than with a Stanley knife.


Looking forward to seeing your pictures :Thumbup:
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