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I'm thinking of fitting some mudguards to the ST, standard one though. Would these fit, or do they have to be specialist ones? I know the rear bumper has the nobbley bits on which may get in the way....

http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/ford_focus_mk2_front_and_rear_mudflaps_set_f_KITMFLAPFO4_c_107.htm

Anyone have any pics of their ST with these fitted?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/160456672874?redirect=mobile

Thats what your wanting there mate alot of lads on here have them including myself.
 

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Slight word of warning with these.
When it's cold they become rather riggid.
This means that they don't bend much and instead pull at the body work.
I know this as one has damaged my side skirt from it.
That doesnt too good, mine have been fine so far in tempratures downto -3.
 

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Fair enough. I went back to mine after a few weeks as as scared of catching them when I reversed so trimmed a bit more

No problems since touch wood.
 

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Cheers guys, I was after standard ones but if they don't make them then I guess I'll leave it! Not really liking the rally style ones. You would think Ford would make some for the ST, doesn't make sense to me!
 

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The problem comes when you reverse as if you catch under the wheel you may rip the linner/ skirt of the wheel.

They are not bad either. Not realy what I would call in your face rally style either (at least not if you stick to black). Check my flickr for a few recent picks http://www.flickr.com/akscooby
 

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+1 for the RallyFlapz. When I bought the car, my sideskirts and surrounding parts of the rear bumper were covered in
and tar. These have been on since June/July now and they have done the job of keeping the skirts + back clean of nonsense

Only problem I have is same with others, they scrape. I park in a multi-storey for work some days and when going down levels can hear the front ones scraping. Isnt anything major, just trim them. I havnt got round to doing that yet, will probs do it when I next have wheels off to take the bolts out.
 

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No idea but prob ok not to cut on standars. But but buy eibachs instead!!

Dont see point of cut down ones as still see side which is gonna be just the same. Actually worse as square (no angle on at the top) so pointless imho.
 
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