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I have been trying to find some front and rear moulded mud flaps. The only type I have found are the Rally Armor flaps which are just a flat piece of rubber. Plus they protrude out further than I wanted.
They would be great for off-road use (which they are designed for) but I am basically driving on roads. I have seen the post of someone installing them on this forum.
I do not think a company with make moulded flaps because the cost would be too high for the number of VN cars being made.
Does anyone know of another model of car (Hyundai or any other manufacturer) which might fit our VN's. I was think that someone might have found a moulded mudflap close enough to our car's profile that it can be stretched to fit.

Thanks Dave
 

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To my knowledge they do not make it for the VN as of yet. Rally Armor is just about the only choice.

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-Mike
 

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To my knowledge they do not make it for the VN as of yet. Rally Armor is just about the only choice.

Best regards,

-Mike
Yea they gave me a 100 dollar accessory credit with my n. so they had mud guards on there. I order em. Then I get em and they only for the turbo. Not n. so yea Hyundai at least doesn't make them
 

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Because I could not find a moulded mud flaps, I just bought some 3M Clear Bra Film. I used a 6 inch strip across the front edge of the hood and I used a strip to fit between the front door and the curve on the front fender arch. It is about 8 inches high, I am hoping that any stones which the front wheels throw up (when the wheels are turning), will bounce off the road and hit the clear film. Dave
 

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There are no decent options out there. I don't like how the standard rally armor ones stick out either, looks like they belong on a Mac truck. Besides that I can't see spending $150 on mud flaps. So I purchased the universal fit Rally Armor flaps from Ebay for like $20. I was able to trim them and tuck them in much closer to the car so they look more factory. Yes, they may not be as functional, but I feel they are a good compromise.
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There are no decent options out there. I don't like how the standard rally armor ones stick out either, looks like they belong on a Mac truck. Besides that I can't see spending $150 on mud flaps. So I purchased the universal fit Rally Armor flaps from Ebay for like $20. I was able to trim them and tuck them in much closer to the car so they look more factory. Yes, they may not be as functional, but I feel they are a good compromise. View attachment 2969 View attachment 2970
I think they look neat enough, that I may order some myself. I have not yet looked at this universal kit. Thanks Dave
 

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I think they look neat enough, that I may order some myself. I have not yet looked at this universal kit. Thanks Dave
I just looked on Amazon and I was wondering if you did not cut the outside edge but trimmed the inside edge to fit? Did you get the flaps with the black writing (I might get red writing) and left the writing showing at the bottom? Did you attack them using the original fittings which are holding the other plastic trims in place? Thanks Dave
 

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I just looked on Amazon and I was wondering if you did not cut the outside edge but trimmed the inside edge to fit? Did you get the flaps with the black writing (I might get red writing) and left the writing showing at the bottom? Did you attack them using the original fittings which are holding the other plastic trims in place? Thanks Dave
I only trimmed the inside areas of the flaps to fit better. I did make a spacer out of 1/2" plastic for the back to bring the wheel well liner up flush with the edge (I think I have a photo of it I will attach). I used some of the factory screws and added a couple as needed.
 

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