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Vauxhall CS tol me yesterday that the dealer needs to make a priority order for them
 

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suggest you email Vauxhall CS as I did, they returned the call within 1 day and got on the case, hence my message about the dealer making a priority order
 

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Most mokka bits will take a while to get through, as stupid as it is, most dealers are slow on the uptake parts wise / GME Parts are bad for getting new model stock available from day one.
 

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Kendall,

did you contact Vauxhall CS direct or the local garage?
 

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Try the link below - 5 sets of 4 mudflaps available £40.99 the set. This is a Main Dealership (Bristol Street Motors). I got my genuine OEM ones from there plus the spacesaver rim


http://tinyurl.com/au7w9b4
 

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depends whether you want to fit them or get the garage to do it
 

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In fairness tho, theforrestdweller's done alright here as they are cheaper than from main dealer; you will have to fit them yourself but if you get your dealer to do it, it will cost you extra and who knows how much?
 

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Could anyone who has mudflaps fitted please comment on how 'snug' they fit. Have had numerous flaps on other cars that do not fit tight against body, thus letting crud from road get into the gap.Only keen to buy if a really tight fit.
 

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the flaps fit fine, look good and happy with them
 

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Cheaper but not OEM, no fitting instructions and from the look of them don't fit as the OEM ones do - although that may not actually be a negative. For the sake if another £15 I'd rather have the originals and have them within a couple of days rather than wait for a Hong Kong delivery
 

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True . . .
When I was in the trade,Mud Flapswere called Mud Traps. Only good ones were the ones we put onbusesand lorries tosuppressthe spray from a wet road.
 

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I'm very tempted to purchase the mud flaps for my Mokka, does anyone know if this counts as an extra modification and if so, do I have to inform my insurance? Will it cost extra?
 

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thats when you make it part of the deal and get the flaps fitted at a discount FOC
 
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