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Hi guys, anyone know where to order 2009 kia sportage mud flap replacements perhaps even ones that are nicer with text and a logo?

Any suggestions on what I can buy?

4wd v6 lx 2009 kia sportage
 

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I got a set off ebay for my 09 for like $48 shipped for the full set. They were listed for the non sportage without the body cladding which i have. But the ones they shipped out were def for the car's with the cladding as there was a gap all around. I emailed the seller, and they said that was the only style they had. So i ended up just re-drilling the holes so i could move them closer in to the body which worked perfect.
 

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same problem with mud flaps

bought oem flaps from Kia dealer for without cladding and had same problem!
There was a 3/4" gap at the top: mad:
 

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Im thinking that they only offered them for the Sportage's with cladding. But like i said in my original post, you can re-drill the holes, and get them snugged up against the body a bit better. Not 100% perfect, but to the point that no one would notice unless you were specifically looking.

I actually need to find a replacement front passenger side one now. That one didnt survive a rather large ice chunk i hit a few months back. :(
 

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If you find someone with more than one set, shoot me a PM as I also need a front passenger, winter here is kicking my ass
 

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Im thinking that they only offered them for the Sportage's with cladding. But like i said in my original post, you can re-drill the holes, and get them snugged up against the body a bit better. Not 100% perfect, but to the point that no one would notice unless you were specifically looking.

I actually need to find a replacement front passenger side one now. That one didnt survive a rather large ice chunk i hit a few months back. :(
They were definitely available for with or without cladding, I installed more than a few sets. Getting a parts guy to get the correct ones was usually the problem.
 
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