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They look pretty good, in my opinion. The black complements the black on the rims and they're a good contrast to the white paint.
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post #14 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-05-2013, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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they are an extremely good fit and not too long that might hit speed bumps etc. I was quit impressed with the installation and how they actually look on the vehicle.
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Do they have double-sided tape where they meet the visible part of the fenders?
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none that I can see, I will take more detailed photo's and post.
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If you didn't install them yourself, you probably wouldn't be able to tell. The stuff is just about invisible, but it protects the paint from chafing. The ones in the W245 have that stuff on them.
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Sorry to revive a very old thread.

I'm from GTA, Ontario and was quoted by MB Burlington an insane 1.5 hours Front and another 1.5 hours Rear for installing the flap.
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Sorry to revive a very old thread.

I'm from GTA, Ontario and was quoted by MB Burlington an insane 1.5 hours Front and another 1.5 hours Rear for installing the flap.
I'll jump in on the old thread. I recently purchased all four mud flaps for our 2017 B250. I had my local non-benz but very competent fellow do the install. It was about $130.00 or so. As noted, no jack or wrench on these cars, and the wheels really do have to come off to make the install reasonable. Plus I don't have a garage and the idea of lying on a wet street with a screw driver is not very appealing.

Even with factory parts, and part numbers confirmed, the fronts fit perfectly well, but the rears were not so perfect. As well, using SS bolts, nuts and washers is needed as the screws provided are just into the plastic wheel well liner, so not really a good durable solution. But the flaps do make a modest difference. And ours is calcite white as well.

3 hours to install is borderline dishonest, or at best, suggests they are incompetent.
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Had it installed by the mechanic i know for $45 cash. 👍 took him only 45mins to install al four.

No photos yet. Freezing �� outside.

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Sorry to revive a very old thread.

I'm from GTA, Ontario and was quoted by MB Burlington an insane 1.5 hours Front and another 1.5 hours Rear for installing the flap. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.benzworld.org/forums/images/smilies/banghead.gif[/IMG]
I'll jump in on the old thread. I recently purchased all four mud flaps for our 2017 B250. I had my local non-benz but very competent fellow do the install. It was about $130.00 or so. As noted, no jack or wrench on these cars, and the wheels really do have to come off to make the install reasonable. Plus I don't have a garage and the idea of lying on a wet street with a screw driver is not very appealing.

Even with factory parts, and part numbers confirmed, the fronts fit perfectly well, but the rears were not so perfect. As well, using SS bolts, nuts and washers is needed as the screws provided are just into the plastic wheel well liner, so not really a good durable solution. But the flaps do make a modest difference. And ours is calcite white as well.

3 hours to install is borderline dishonest, or at best, suggests they are incompetent.
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