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I have a silver sedan and the rocker panel near the front wheel well is a little chipped. If anyone has pics to post, I'd greatly appreciated.

PS. I tried searching on .org but the pics I found were all hosted on photopoint.com....
 

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Cost...

They were about $14-$15/pair from Pacific BMW. Installation is pretty easy (drill 3 holes for rears, 2 for fronts, then screw on) and takes 1-2 hours at a leisurely pace (you need to jack up car and remove each wheel).
 

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Will these work on the coupe with aerodynamic kit?
 

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tboogie said:
Will these work on the coupe with aerodynamic kit?
No, the flaps will not work with any aerokit, as they're contoured exactly to the stock lower rear part of the fender/bumper/rocker panel.

Although my car isn't lowered, I've had the rears scrape on oddly contoured driveways a couple of times. (once on my way to Bimmerfest)
 

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Kaz said:


No, the flaps will not work with any aerokit, as they're contoured exactly to the stock lower rear part of the fender/bumper/rocker panel.

Although my car isn't lowered, I've had the rears scrape on oddly contoured driveways a couple of times. (once on my way to Bimmerfest)
That's not exactly true...The front flaps will work. The aerokit side skirts are identical to the none-aerokit side skirt contours UP FRONT, but the rear bumper is too different from the original rear bumper for this to fit.
 

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Ahh man I thought I was going to get stock mud-flaps!!!!! Come on 40k and no mudflaps......... And I have to beg for floor mats what is america coming too....

Please dont move me to the flamers board :bigpimp: :bigpimp: :bigpimp:
 
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