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post #1 of 17 Old 11-07-2009, 05:52 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone tell me if the standard Ford 2003-2007 mudflaps will fit a ghia model?
I have an extra plastic trim that runs from the front wheel arch and along the sill. really need to get front set as i have noticed stone chip damage on the bottom rear door part of the sill where it bows out.. I haveseen some posts on here relating to this damage.

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post #2 of 17 Old 11-07-2009, 07:26 PM
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I would have thought a trip to view the spare parts computer may be in order to check even if you don't then buy




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post #3 of 17 Old 11-07-2009, 10:49 PM
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hi, winter's coming so get those mud flaps fitted !!

forgive me if repeating myself. my first zetec max was mud flapped and when i traded it for the current ghia max i was going to remove the mud flaps but noticed the trim along the sills.

there are 2 front types but it did take thefordstores a bit of searching to establish the difference and get them for me. slight cut out on the front one to accomodate the extra plastic. backs are the same.

hold on------------(trip to filing cabinet)------------------ah hah!

got invoices which show backs as F1466001. (old max fronts F1526378.) and the all important ghia fronts F1338160.H.T.H.but don't be suprised if they have superceeded these nos...

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yeh TT just availed my self of fronts & rears, quite surprising amount of paint damage that occurs with out em !!!

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Top Man!! just the info i needed. Thanks I will go to dealers on Monday.. Were they easy to fit?

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easy to fit with the right tools! torx headed drivers, posi head driver too i think. set of gas pliers for to squeeze clamp it thingy.
fronts will need wheels turning to ease access. rears will need jacking up at least or eventake off the wheels to get at things easier.



well worth doing. . winter is coming.

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Anyone have a picture of theirs?

When I hear mudflaps I just think of the chavved up cars with OTT ones....


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post #8 of 17 Old 11-09-2009, 01:24 AM
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just fitted some to mine not because they look good but because your sills get a hamering without them,they should be fitted as standard ,if you havent got them fitted look at your sills!

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doddle to fit, was able to fit them with wheels on, plenty of room. Its shocking the damage without em !

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should really be thinking of LGV "Cats whiskers"
http://www.capitalrubber.co.uk/pdf/C...s_Whiskers.pdf




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