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Mud Flaps / Splash Guards

What are people doing for mud flaps/splash guards? Just got my 2018 Grand Touring Reserve and can see I need something. Mazda has their splash guards, wondering what others may be doing.


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I've got a set of the OEMs on my '18. They look good IMO and work well to minimize the snow/slush/sand/salt/other s-words from decorating the sides of my 6.


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I plan on getting some too just driving a block and the whole side of the car is covered with salt is the oem ones worth it or will the generic ones do ??

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I plan on getting some too just driving a block and the whole side of the car is covered with salt is the oem ones worth it or will the generic ones do ??
The question of "will do" is really up to your interpretation. I find that OEM is generally the way to go for my expectations. If you need maxium protection then brands like Rally Armor work well. You would likely have to use the universal variety but at $17 they are fairly cost effective.
Good luck and post pics when you get it set up.


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I got the OEM ones as a gift (because I'd probably never spend that much on mud guards by myself) and I like them a lot. Fairly easy install and they fit perfectly while looking nice.

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