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Want to purchase a set for my Sport 2018, Cox can supply but at £100+ can't justify especially when in the US you can buy for 60USd postage and import duties again make them expensive. Any suggestions please?
 

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Think yourself lucky, its still nearly £90 for a full set of mudflaps for the 8th Gen Civic. The way I read it Cox were personally importing the Gen 10 Sport flaps themselves so although expensive seems like the best option.
 

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Want to purchase a set for my Sport 2018, Cox can supply but at £100+ can't justify especially when in the US you can buy for 60USd postage and import duties again make them expensive. Any suggestions please?
I got mine from the USA,was £80 all including import duty,postage etc.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2018-CIVIC-SPORT-SPORT-TOURING-HATCH-SPLASH-GUARD-SET-08P00-TGG-100A/292512171251?_trkparms=aid=111001&algo=REC.SEED&ao=1&asc=51002&meid=62b7a21ac9b54b2f9cd07574467c89e2&pid=100675&rk=1&rkt=15&sd=292512171251&itm=292512171251&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci:c471589a-41a2-11e8-a5de-74dbd180f440|parentrq:cfaf54dd1620add8edb4c22ffff7a3ed|iid:1
 

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Ridiculous amount of money for the same product just a slightly different shape

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I've imported some from the US, just waiting for them to arrive, essentially free for me as the dealer is paying for them due to not supplying them in the protection pack they sold me.
 

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Apart from eBay (gone now) the postage and import duties make them very expensive.
 

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Cant understand why Honda does not make them more freely available to us in the uk

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Saw those, work out at £94 when in stock with shipping, outrageous when the US guys can pay less than £50.
 

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Just had word back from Honda UK, Splash Guards will not be available for the UK market anytime soon, Cox Honda it is then
 

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Did I read somewhere that it's possible to fit the rears without using supplied bracket and drilling?
 

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I'm considering the Honda mud guards.
I've read the US instructions for these and it shows you need to cut out a piece from the plastic inner. As the UK model has the carpet liner can anyone confirm if cutting and drilling is required?

I fitted similar ones to my previous 9th gen and no drilling or cutting was required. Just substitute some short screws with long (supplied) screws. They blended in well, but that car had the black plastic wheel arches but I'm thinking these ones might not be so discrete against the white paint on a 10th gen.
 

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They are fine when fitted, a small amount does require cutting from the liner but it's an easy process and they look fine when fitted.
 
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