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    Where did you get your mud flaps from?

    Hey everyone!

    I noticed that there are some people here that have mud flaps. I was wondering if there was anyone in Canada that you could buy them from? I was also wondering how do you connect them to the car, there doesn't seem to be holes or something for them to connect to?

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    I bought mine from the dealer, with a credit they gave me, otherwise they are expensive there. I like the rally style ones also as some have installed here. I had Nissan drill the holes for the rear flaps when they switched snow tires. Ptbo said the OEM hardware rusts, so I bought galvanized from Part Source. Next time my kids are around, I'll get them to put the rear's on, ticked I can't do it myself.

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    Forgot to add, rear's only require holes drilled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynter View Post
    Forgot to add, rear's only require holes drilled.
    I was wondering because when I looked at the back where the flaps would go, there is no pre-drilled anything. Obviously not had to do since that it's only plastic.

    I couldn't imagine how much they would be at the dealer.

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    Dealer cost at Midway Nissan is 89.99. I just inquired last week

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABMicra17 View Post
    I was wondering because when I looked at the back where the flaps would go, there is no pre-drilled anything. Obviously not had to do since that it's only plastic.

    I couldn't imagine how much they would be at the dealer.
    There are 3 small indents for the rear flaps to be drilled. Nissan didn't drill them unless I had the mud guard with me, to use as a template.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pookyturtle View Post
    Dealer cost at Midway Nissan is 89.99. I just inquired last week
    Was that price for all 4?

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    $89.95. I got the hood deflector and chrome exhaust tip with the credit from Nissan, due to the car being delivered with a dent and a few scratches.

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    Yup that was for all 4

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    I have the full set, (but bought from China, not Canada) and the fronts clip for the most part just clipped on using the stock holes. I haven't convinced myself to drill into the rear bumper yet.


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