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    Honestly, for how much leafy debris gets kicked up in my neck of the woods in the fall/winter, I might be interested in the rears if they're easy to take on and off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro2u View Post
    i agree that they didn't show up on Realoem... The details of my searches yielded almost no hits, and were sketchy at best. And I haven't seen them for sale either, but I question their desirability since I can't picture them on my vert. But 10 years in storage.. I've got stuff like that

    Put them in the classifieds here, or post them on eBay where the bidding will set their value?
    Thanks. I need to think this over....

    But one thing I know, if I was to install them on my Sedan then I will probably have to professionally paint them first. Then per instruction installations I have to drill holes to the fender linings? Ouch.
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    It seems that the mud flap you have possibly is unique to the ZHP/M cars. For example on FCP https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...408656#fitment. if you look up 2005 E46 sedan mud flaps it says the stock part doesn't fit cars with option 716A

    2005 BMW 330i Mud Flap Kit
    Position: Rear, w/o M Sports package II (S338A) and Aerodynamics package (S716A)


    Of course I'm thinking that mud flaps might defeat the purpose of the Aerodynamics package?
    Pete


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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro2u View Post
    It seems that the mud flap you have possibly is unique to the ZHP/M cars. For example on FCP https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...408656#fitment. if you look up 2005 E46 sedan mud flaps it says the stock part doesn't fit cars with option 716A

    2005 BMW 330i Mud Flap Kit
    Position: Rear, w/o M Sports package II (S338A) and Aerodynamics package (S716A)


    Of course I'm thinking that mud flaps might defeat the purpose of the Aerodynamics package?

    So all they have now are the Rears @ $36 each? But you are right. Defeats the purpose of aerodynamics. So it's mostly aesthetics.
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