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  • has anyone fitted mudflaps to an astra vxr??

    hey, i was wondering if anyone has fitted mudflaps to an astra vxr? i know the astra h ones dont fit but was looking at the astra g ones?

  • #2
    Am pretty sure the astra g ones fit just the plain ones, i have em on me astra h estste with 18's. if am wrong am sure i will be corrected lol

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    • #3
      As Kev says most seem to use the Astra G ones as the fit VXR's & Astra H with the XP pack
      sigpic Cheshire & North Wales Region. Home of A&M Conversions

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      • #4
        yep can be done, our colin fitted some to his

        here you go

        http://i839.photobucket.com/albums/z...dflaps0042.jpg
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        • #5
          cool, look good on it! what about the front though, do they rub on the wheel when turning or they ok?

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          • #6
            I believe they need trimming
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            • #7
              Phew i as right lol.
              For the fronts i had to trim of the metal plate off mine to stop rubbing ( kinda boomarang shape )

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              • #8
                I put them on my vxr which has 19in wheels. The back ones fit easily the front ones are a nightmare you have to cut the metal support off and trim away part of the mud flap and ridges to allow full lock on the steering. If you require more pictures or advise i'll try to help. From memory i think they cost £19 a pair (as long as you don't cut too much off and have to buy a second set of fronts)

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                • #9
                  hey, could you possibly send me a pic of the front mudflap so i can see what you done to alter them, gonna give it a go i think! see if i can do it with just one pair!

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                  • #10
                    Here's the pics if you need any more info let me know





                    All you need is to make sure you have a good sharp knife. For the fronts cut the back of the rivets off to get the metal plate off. Then cut the excess off the fixing holes on the badge side to make them flush. All you can do is take your time and plan where you are going to cut. The backs were really easy in comparison just make sure you drill through into the bumper to get a secure fixing.

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                    • #11
                      cool, thanks for the info and pics, will get to it soon, mayb with a little help from my friend, lol.

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