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Topic # 228789 22-Jan-2018 20:08
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Hi, Iam after a set of mudflaps for my mazda2 elx 2017,have tried the Mazda website,but they want the earth for them,there must be an website for them were I can get them cheaper

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  Reply # 1945008 22-Jan-2018 20:23
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Tried Aliexpress or Ebay?  

 

Often good value bolt on parts. 





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  Reply # 1945019 22-Jan-2018 20:57
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Wreckers?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1945128 23-Jan-2018 07:42
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You would probably find generic ones to fit which would be just as good but wouldn't have the logo!

 

I just used http://partzonline.co.nz/ to get some top-tier Bosch windscreen wipers for my Octavia RS and saved myself a good $50 on what the dealer wanted to buy and fit them





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  Reply # 1945160 23-Jan-2018 09:21
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I bought a set of 4 for our Kia Sportage a few years back off ebay. I'd check there - was about $50 from memory.


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