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Tesla Model Y Mud Flaps Splash Guards
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Tesla Model Y Allwetter-Schutzkits

    1. Kundenspezifisches Design von Schmutzfängern / Spritzschutz für Tesla Model Y.
    2. Schützen Sie Ihr Modell Y vor Schmutz, Steinen, Schnee und Schmutz
    3. Hergestellt aus strapazierfähigem Material, um ein Brechen zu verhindern
    4. Installieren Sie sie einfach mit den mitgelieferten Clips
    5. Das Kit enthält 4 Schmutzfänger und Montageteile für Vorder- und Rückseite
    6. Für die Installation ist kein Bohren erforderlich
    7. Ausstattung: Tesla Model Y.

Customer Reviews

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Louie Lopez (Fullerton, US)

Great

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Neil (Bothell, US)
Awesome! Love it

Perfect and easy to install. Great quality and durable.

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Hume Crawford (Carlsbad, US)

Harder to put on than I thought.

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K Andrews (Penryn, US)
Mud Flaps Fit Great & Look Good

Ordered another brand of mud flap that required a separate metal clip (and a screw?) at the top to secure the mud flaps and wasn't happy with it. Ordered these Tesmanian flaps and liked how they fit and they were easy install on my new Model Y.

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David Gattuso (Oakland, US)
Good stuff

Good stuff easy to install

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Phong Hue (Glendora, US)

it's fit right in. perfect

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Jeff Hertzler (Lincoln, US)

They are made of a substantial weight but I would like to see the side facing the tire smooth or textured and not have a large pocket that will catch mud and gravel

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Benjamin Perez (Las Vegas, US)
Mud Flaps

The quality and the ease of installation make these a must have for all Model Y owners.

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Ike Loreto (Fullerton, US)
Model Y mud flaps

The rears fit very well and tight. The fronts are a little loose on top. Otherwise I'm satisfied with the product.

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Jeff ARMSTRONG (Kansas City, US)
Good fit, good look, work well.

These are nice and do the job well. The installation was easy and they fit well. My only nit is with the hollow front that allows for debris to accumulate and has to be cleaned out. I imagine that’s better than trying to sandwich a front and back together and hoping it doesn’t come apart at the seam, so this design is probably best, but do know about the cavity that faces the tire.