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Old 05-07-2013, 06:52 PM
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Just my opinion - the JGC looks odd with the mud/splash guards. I saw one on the road with the guards and my eyes were drawn directly to it in distaste. Dunno. My 2!
My past two Subarus (2007 WRX and 2012 STI) both had RA mud flaps, so I'm used to the look.

Mud flaps do a good job at protecting the paint.
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My past two Subarus (2007 WRX and 2012 STI) both had RA mud flaps, so I'm used to the look.

Mud flaps do a good job at protecting the paint.
Yes they do, my Tacoma had them on and it was all pitted.
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Guys-dont get me wrong, I like its functionality. Have the useless splash guards on my '10 Maxima. I don't know, something about them on the WK2's doesn't look right. The WK and before fits them I think coz it has the more chiseled look vs the more "luxurious" lines on the WK2. Then again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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