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OEM mudflaps

I did both OEM mudflaps and OEM PPF. I brought the mudflaps to my delivery appointment and installed them before driving off the lot. Real easy to install, all you need is a flat head screwdriver to pop off the old clips.

I installed the PPF after about ~1.5k miles, and the paint on those panels was fine, so the mudflaps did a good job.
The Tesla flaps are ok, and they do work. Here's a comparison with Rally Armor.

For those that have the OEM flaps. I saw a picture of a model Y where non original mud flpas where removed and it scuffed the paint terribly. Probably due to moving around due to wind or scrapping becuase of speedbumps.

Can you comment on the paint underneath the flaps?
The Tesla OEM mud flaps don't touch the paint.


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