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What is your opinion in installing mud flaps on an E12?

I can only install the rear ones (due to the side spoilers).

Do you think it would look good? Paint them the same color as the car maybe?

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I can't due to the side spoilers! Check the photo to understand.

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I just wanted to "improve" a little the back fender of the pro-fl E12.

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do you mean oe ones 100_1822.jpg can just about see them lol

or rally stle ones? i think oe ones could look quite cool on your car as its nice and subtle, reckon rally type ones will ruin all your hard work :thumbsup: also where did you get your side skirts? im after a set like that, they look kinda oe, just dont want to pay toyota prices for some facelift ones

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Yes I am talking about oem ones that fit perfectly on the car. Probably I will buy a set of rear ones (they are not so expensive), try them on and in case I don't like them, I will take them off.

Are they only screwed on? (or glued on as well?). Could you get or upload a more distant picture of your car, just to see the mud flaps on the car better?

I have bought the side skirts from a shop in Greece which imports universal designs for side skirts. This design was the most down-to-earth. The simplest one. Exactly what I was after since I didn't want the car to become over the top and keep its oem character.

As you said the original TOYOTA ones are toooooooooooooo expensive.

I have bought mine for 170 euro (installed and painted!)

The shop is called "Varelas" but I don't think they post abroad.

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Lol oh I see I was thinking aftermarket Cus I put them on mine and I have skirts. I can see why they wouldn't fit now. could glue and self tap them on but would ruin your skirts if you took them off. I do like those skirts blot BTW.

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Yes I am talking about oem ones that fit perfectly on the car. Probably I will buy a set of rear ones (they are not so expensive), try them on and in case I don't like them, I will take them off.

Are they only screwed on? (or glued on as well?). Could you get or upload a more distant picture of your car, just to see the mud flaps on the car better?

here you go mate a few closer pics. they are held on with a couple of 10mm bolts no glue or anything

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A million thanx my friend for bothering to take and upload the pictures.

I see that they embrace very nicely the rear bumper. I think I will get a pair and try them on...

Again, thank you for your help!

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lol you ruined my dreams of getting side skirts with that reply haha, though it might be some online shop that sell them. i guess ill have another look really want just some simple ones.

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I will buy them directly from a TOYOTA dealer to be safe. Original ones fit perfectly...

The part numbers according to NewAtA are:

Ε-PZ416-E9964-00 (Front)

Ε-PZ416-E3960-00 (Rear)

Trust this helps. :thumbsup:

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Got these up for grabs if anyone wants them, from my old T Sport, removed them when I fitted the face lift skirts and spats,

not selling, giving.

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Got these up for grabs if anyone wants them, from my old T Sport, removed them when I fitted the face lift skirts and spats, not selling, giving.
can i have them please if you dont mind? they look lovely and i would be very greatful cheers man :thumbsup:
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