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I just picked up my CX-50 and one of the first things I want to add are some mud flaps. With the athletic, sport-wagon-esque styling of this car, I think a rally-inspired look is what I want to go for, but sadly I don't see the CX-50 listed on RallyArmor or RokBlokz websites (yet?). I could go for the universal flaps, but then I would need to source my own hardware. Has anyone else done this? What hardware would I need? I've used both brands on cars before but always got a kit built for the car (Scion FR-S and Ford Focus ST).
 

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Yesterday afternoon, I added the genuine Mazda mud flaps to my CX-50 turbo premium plus. You will only need to drill one extra 9mm hole per mud flap. The kit provides all the necessary hardware; you just provide the power tools. It's stupid easy. Front & rear sets cost $50 each on mazdaswag.com and other discount Mazda sites.

Here's what they look like (imgur album below). I know they're not rally style like you asked for, but I like the subtlety of these. I also added the side rocker garnish from the meridian edition. That installation is a bit more difficult since it requires you to cut out a template and then drill five holes into the plastic on the doors (I was nervous about it), but taking your time is key and I think mine turned out really great! I gave it a nice wash afterwards but took the pics pre-wash.
 

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Yesterday afternoon, I added the genuine Mazda mud flaps to my CX-50 turbo premium plus. You will only need to drill one extra 9mm hole per mud flap. The kit provides all the necessary hardware; you just provide the power tools. It's stupid easy. Front & rear sets cost $50 each on mazdaswag.com and other discount Mazda sites.

Here's what they look like (imgur album below). I know they're not rally style like you asked for, but I like the subtlety of these. I also added the side rocker garnish from the meridian edition. That installation is a bit more difficult since it requires you to cut out a template and then drill five holes into the plastic on the doors (I was nervous about it), but taking your time is key and I think mine turned out really great! I gave it a nice wash afterwards but took the pics pre-wash.
Thank you for showing a pic with the genuine flaps. I am going to add some to mine. I've always liked the subtle look of the originals.
 
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