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#16 Old 10-14-2005, 09:18 AM
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mabe it's just me but ......

do you realy need them ?

sorry my 2 dollard bill ...
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subaru does offer some but they look pretty bad, I have heard that you can get mud flaps for the RS and mod them to fit but these seem to tbe the best function/form mix.

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subaru does offer some but they look pretty bad, I have heard that you can get mud flaps for the RS and mod them to fit but these seem to tbe the best function/form mix.

Yeah I agree, I mean I drive maybe 20 miles every day to work on the highway (40 miles total) and these rock chips are driving me insane. BTW, there is many Subaru sites that sell touchup paint that works quite well that is matched to your car's color code.
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I've been meening to get some of those
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These do work to save paint. I autocross and my doors right under the side skirts were getting chipped up. Now w/ these, that area is always clean. To see the effectiveness, just look at the front of the mudflap every time before you wash the car, it will be full of mud, tar, leaves, etc. I love my mudflaps, just wish they didn't stick out so far and hit cones for me .
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I wish you could get the protection of mud flaps without your car looking really goofy.
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I wish you could get the protection of mud flaps without your car looking really goofy.

+1 on that one awd
adamward ### TAKE THEM OFF!!!! !Cry! !Cry! !Cry!

They look like you stole them from the local garbage truck THERE HUGE

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Hehe! Never take them off! We own RALLY machines guys.. not a rice rocket. These cars are meant to be in the dirt and flinging rocks and small animals everywhere on the sideroads... I refuse!!!

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small animals everywhere on the sideroads... I refuse!!!

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Personally I love the look of both his and my mudflaps. Give it the rally look and make it look wider. Just my .02
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Consider investing in the light bar if you like that rally look. Pricey, but I plan to get one... eventaully.

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now I really need to invest in some mud flaps, I started my second job and I have to drive down dirt roads to get to the oil rig. On second thought I ###### need to get the skid plate and rear dif protector as well...

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rear dif protector as well...
won't fit with aftermarket exhausts

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I'd like to get some flaps for winter use only, and remove them each spring, but I agree that the RA or Prodrives don't add to the asthetics. Not sure what to do either. Apparently, PA stopped using Rock Salt on snowy roads and went to using just Rocks...

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