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Old 07-23-2004, 20:21   #1 (permalink)
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I think it should be law that every car should have mud flaps .there are new cars out there that come out without them. What do you guys say?
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Re: Mud flaps

i took them off my EF as they scraped and broke, and to be honest they dont make that much difference anyway.

If you're getting sprayed with mud and crap from cars in front - take it as a sign to back off.
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i cant stand the look of them on my ea
took em off the day i got it.
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They're ugly as dogs balls.. just keep well away from others without them when there are stones around.. sucks to be sprayed with stones and mud
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Why should they be law? If you're getting stuff flung all over you you're too close.
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the law should state that mudflaps belong on really boring cars that noone cares what they look like.....like Camry's, Hyundai's and my slow fuel guzzling fairmont
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How can you be too close if they are passing you ?
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there are new cars out there that come out without them.
actually they are an option on the Honda Jazz [a crappy car] and the BA Falcon [an awesome car]. so your statement is flawed and so are you :D. nah, but seriously, yes it may be annoying for you to get the odd stone flying up, but its probably more annoying to the driver to constantly hear a scraping noise thanks to speedbumps, and cars look better without em.
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I live on a dirt road back home, and believe me, no matter how big the mudflap, you still get plenty of rocks flying towards your windscreen.
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Re: Mud flaps

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I think it should be law that every car should have mud flaps .there are new cars out there that come out without them. What do you guys say?
Oh yes and lets lower the speed limit to 30km/h and raise the lowest legal height to 20cm Nah seriously mudflaps look GHEY....
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