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post #1 of 24 Old 06-11-2015, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Mud flaps or no mud flaps?

need your opinion, please.
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Yes - got them from eBay - be careful and ensure you get the 5-seat or the 5+2 ones in rear, they are different based on the muffler location.
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need your opinion, please.
I mud flaps were set dealer.
Really cleaner sills and rear bumper, than without them.
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No mud flaps because they take away from how good the disco looks. Plus how often are you going to need what it does? Where about do you drive?
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Depends on the climate where you live but I would leave them off if possible. I think they make the Disco look worse. At least take them on and off depending on the season and conditions.
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agreed. I have them but decided not to install. I wonder if they would look better painted same color as body.
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agreed. I have them but decided not to install. I wonder if they would look better painted same color as body.
What color is your Disco Sport? Won't it be a bit tough to just go ahead and paint them?
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FWIW, I ordered mud flaps today for the Disco I have on order. Based on comments here I was debating whether or not I should get them.

But they are actually not that large and conspicuous. Regarding the body color comment, I actually think they look better in black since the lower panel of all Disco's are black.
Glad to hear that, which should convince more to look into getting them since due to how bulky some look... it turns people off.
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FWIW, I ordered mud flaps today for the Disco I have on order. Based on comments here I was debating whether or not I should get them.

But they are actually not that large and conspicuous. Regarding the body color comment, I actually think they look better in black since the lower panel of all Disco's are black.


I had all lower parts including partial front and rear bumpers of my disco painted to match body color
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I drive occasionally on gravel roads and before having the mud flaps installed I had my trailer's front lights smashed by pebbles. And of course a more muddy car after driving on wet road.
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