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Hi all,

I'm thinking of adding mud flaps to my car.

Could someone post some pictures of how they look on a white facelift car please?

Also, do they match the colour of the arches, I've seen older ones that are lighter grey instead and would look daft on the facelift car.

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Yea good colour match to the car. I will stick a few pictures up tomorrow on my white civic.

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not great pictures but give you the idea. easy to fit the front ones without removing the alloys but i removed the rear alloys. i also put a extra screw in the rear mudflaps to help hold them in place. they smaller than i thought they would be and not to noticeable on the car.
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The mud flaps look OK.
I like the wheels as well- very nice.
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Look great, nice and blended and the colour is a good match.

Think I will fit them, I've seen the catalogue price, do you think they are worth getting the garage to fit and if so, what sort of cost?
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No simple job to do will only take 20 min to do the job.

Front ones just remove 3 screws, put the mudflaps on and back in with the screws. With a stubby screwdriver you wont even have to take the wheels off.

I removed the rear wheels for acess. Remove screws and panel clip, on the mudflaps and replace screw and panel clip with the longer ones in the box. I put a extra screw under them as i found them a bit loose.

Simple job to do. Honda prob charge a hours labour to do the job

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Very nice looking mud flaps, they blend well with the car.
By the way, I have the same looking car. Where did you buy them from?
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i got them from my local honda
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No simple job to do will only take 20 min to do the job.

Front ones just remove 3 screws, put the mudflaps on and back in with the screws. With a stubby screwdriver you wont even have to take the wheels off.

I removed the rear wheels for acess. Remove screws and panel clip, on the mudflaps and replace screw and panel clip with the longer ones in the box. I put a extra screw under them as i found them a bit loose.

Simple job to do. Honda prob charge a hours labour to do the job
Hi Pump, a bit of a thread resurection here. I bought a set from Cox Motor parts (79.56 before discount) and did the front ones before work-5 mins a side.
What screw did you use, and where did you put it please?
Did you use a trolly jack, and if so, what jacking point did you use.
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Yea good colour match to the car. I will stick a few pictures up tomorrow on my white civic.
love your wheels ..can you say what type as dont look like standard civic type
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love your wheels ..can you say what type as dont look like standard civic type
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they are the 18 inch hydrogen alloys. they are a upgrade option on the car. when i got the car it had the black alloys on it and i did not like them at all so got a good price on the hydrogen alloys and sold the black alloys.
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they are the 18 inch hydrogen alloys. they are a upgrade option on the car. when i got the car it had the black alloys on it and i did not like them at all so got a good price on the hydrogen alloys and sold the black alloys.


Krypton are your wheels mate, hydrogen are others
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They are totally worth it and are not very noticeable and smelts in perfectly.
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Not a white car, but they look good on all cars.

I had mine fitted as standard, they look better with the grey wheel arches.

Though I may get the visible side wrapped in gloss black to match the car.
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