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I was able to get the part number and buy the front mudflaps but not the rear. As the local roads around me are very poor, I am getting stone chips on the edge of the bumper. The best option is to fit some mudflaps if I can get the right numbers. From what I understand, the Pirelli rear bumper is the same so if anyone has their part number could also be good.
 

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Can't help with the part numbers but any chance throwing a picture up of the front ones fitted? Something I've thought about doing on mine.

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Just buy standard GTi flaps all round. The fronts fit perfect as the skirts are the same on both the GTi and the R32. The rears 'fit' but don't look the prettiest. I had them fitted to my last car.





 

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Thanks for the hint :) If it is just the kick out little bit then they will be good. The first set were nowhere near fitting ad I think they were standard golf flaps at the rear supplied to me.
 
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