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The flaps offered on the Vauxhall website also include free postage but also, if you aren't too sure which flaps are appropriate for your Antara, you can contact Vauxhall and by providing them with your Registration Number, they will ensure that you are sent the correct ones.
 

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Grumps said:
Good choice the standard ones look good and not that expensive
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Do you use these ones Grumps ?

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Yes they are I got them fitted from new.

Btw have you been trying to hack the forum again John. What's all the scrip on your posts
 

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Yes no drilling or anything required, they just bolt and screw in using existing holes and fittings
 

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HoneyMonster said:
Yes no drilling or anything required, they just bolt and screw in using existing holes and fittings

Many thanks Honey
that's what I wanted to hear
 

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HoneyMonster said:
I purchased my genuine VX ones from here cost about £40 for front and rears.http://www.caraccessoriesplus.co.uk/product/vauxhall-antara-mud-flaps.html
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Are these flaps easily fitted ?
Very easy but maybe you should get your good lady to fit them for you
 

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Grumps said:
Yes they are I got them fitted from new.

Btw have you been trying to hack the forum again John. What's all the scrip on your posts

Thanks for confirming that you can see what I am seeing. I don't understand why the script started to appear in my posts, not that I understand "script" in any event
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I contacted Dan to see if he had any ideas and I think that his advice may have worked. I run a "ad blocker" called AdMuncher and that would appear to be the cause of the problem.


Again I don't understand why it should now present a problem as I have been running and using it for years without any problems and I certainly haven't tinkered with any settings etc.


I have uninstalled it and I will reinstall it later and see what happens.


I don't think that I could survive being on the internet and having to suffer those popups and adverts
 

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Sorry folks I should have updated when a fitted mine a few weeks ago, in fact I thought I did. Whatever, yeah complete doddle to fit. Just follow the step by step instructions, very simple, there is loads of room for access, no wheel removal or any of that nonsense either.

Tools required, an 8mm socket (if memory serves me well) and a Posi/Cross/Phillips driver.

Job done in 20-30 minutes tops. I was lucky enough to have a quiet night at work and fitted them in my dinner break!


They look great, enhance the look of the car IMO, and I really do think they help protect the bodywork. I have noticed far less road crud along the side of the car since fitted. I have deliberately been looking out for this when cleaning and there is definitely not as much [email protected] being thrown onto the car, so they do work, as they should of course.

I got mine from the place on eBay mentioned earlier in this thread, quick delivery, order today and you can have them on the car for the weekend (probably)
 

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I got my mudflaps fitted from the dealer (Arnold Shark) sorry Clark for a very reasonable £50 inc vat. This was for a full set of four. Don't know if this was a discounted price or not as I bought my antara there but deffo worth a phone call.
 
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