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Got some Nissan Mudflaps off eBay from Holdcroft.Fitting the front ones were no problem, except the "popper" fixer took some persuasion to re-engage thru an extra layer of plastic. A 16mm socket and a mallet convinced it to engage, then pushed the popper home.The rear mudflaps instruction said remove the wheel. I looked at the fitting and decided to modify slightly. Leaving the wheel in place, I fitted the mudflaps as per the instructions, except leaving out the screw that would go in when the wheel is removed. Instead, I put the self-tapper thru the layers of plastic underneath the mudflap, near the popper fixing. This pulled it nice and tight.Total time - 20 minutes start to finish. I didn't take any photos as it is so straight forward, anyone could do it!Jeff
 

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Mine came standard on the motor, however they are much use as a chocolate fire guard, ;)
 
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