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03-08-2014 03:18 PM
DVolpe After this heavy snow season I started loosing my UR Rally Armor mudflaps one by one. While having some sideways fun in the snow one rear fell off and the other rear was being held on by one bolt. The high speeds and compacting of the snow was no match for the fabric and the little plastic in the back wheel well. A week later a front one came off white reversing in the snow. I have been rolling around the past two weeks with only one front mudflap but its been too damn cold to go wrench on it to take it off. Finally had a gorgeous day at 60 degrees F.

After 2 and a half years of bashing on these things dont dirt roads and the snow. They held up great for only $15 and did an awesome job. Im sure they saved my paint from many chips and keeping my car a bit cleaner on the highway. I would get another pair but when the rears came off the messed up the fabric in the rear wheel well and the plastic holes to bolt another set on.

Here is what they look like after 2 years of abuse. The photo makes them look worse than they really are. its just a bunch of dried salt and on them.



Im starting to like my car more with them off, going to lower it this summer anyways.


Hopefully the last bit of snow for the season




So long mudflaps its been great

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10-24-2013 08:33 AM
DVolpe Nice too bad they don't make the (cheap/reasonably riced) poly-blend plastic mud flaps in custom molds. Cant see myself spending $150 on mudflaps. Maybe I can get ObamaCare to pay for them. we shall call them Obamaflaps
10-23-2013 06:34 PM
Joey D
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Originally Posted by Jig Saw View Post
Would the rallyarmor ones for the ST work for the 2012 reg hatch?
I e-mailed RallyArmor about this and got their reply today, looks like they'll work.

Ticket ID: #1990
Subject: Ford Focus ST Mud Flaps on a Non-ST Focus
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HI Joe

Thank you for your inquiry. Yes we have had customers install on non ST hatchbacks equivalents without issue

Thanks much!
Team R/A
09-29-2013 07:01 PM
Jig Saw Would the rallyarmor ones for the ST work for the 2012 reg hatch?
07-11-2013 06:32 AM
TboneZX3 I ordered one of the China ebay sets also (same as aliexpress ones above). This is the first I've heard of them having issues in cold weather. I didn't like how they fit, so I never installed them and they're still sitting in my garage. I bought OEM and never looked back.
07-11-2013 06:01 AM
aaron.b
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Originally Posted by redzone View Post
i like the look of these mudflaps

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2013-...873029529.html

but i wonder if they would trap ice / mud in them as there hollow?
First snow last year mine got caked with frozen slush. This rubbed against my tires and before I knew it both front mudflaps were gone/cracked right off. I didn't order from Ali though. I ordered from eBay direct from china.
07-10-2013 10:03 PM
tmtex
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Originally Posted by redzone View Post
i like the look of these mudflaps

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2013-...873029529.html

but i wonder if they would trap ice / mud in them as there hollow?
That looks like the exact one's I have but black
07-10-2013 05:10 PM
RonMaiden Those do like nice and come paint matched but I wonder about durability with that much flex to them.
07-10-2013 04:58 PM
redzone i like the look of these mudflaps

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2013-...873029529.html

but i wonder if they would trap ice / mud in them as there hollow?
07-10-2013 02:53 PM
Juicedz
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Originally Posted by tmtex View Post
We don't have snow in Texas
Thank God for no snow down south because I couldn't put myself to install a set of those on my car
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