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I received the front and rear mud guards. Very easy install. Only difficulty is that for rear flaps, you need to use existing hardware and not supplied pushpins. The drivers side rear lower push pin wouldn't go all the way in. Tried same pin from front with no luck. Ended up using the supplied screw type push pin and it worked fine. The flaps are smaller than expected but retain the SC sleek look.

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That’s interesting that the supplied pushpins didn’t work. I had no problems using the supplied pushpins when I installed the mudflaps on mine. Glad you were able to find a solution.
 

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I waiting on the fender flares, I think those are what are going to be needed to keep the sides clean because these mud flaps are tiny.
 

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I received the front and rear mud guards. Very easy install. Only difficulty is that for rear flaps, you need to use existing hardware and not supplied pushpins. The drivers side rear lower push pin wouldn't go all the way in. Tried same pin from front with no luck. Ended up using the supplied screw type push pin and it worked fine. The flaps are smaller than expected but retain the SC sleek look.

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How did you get the mudflaps? Online it says coming soon or something along those lines. I need those because sides of vehicle get dirty quick and winter is coming.
 

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How did you get the mudflaps? Online it says coming soon or something along those lines. I need those because sides of vehicle get dirty quick and winter is coming.
I bought from Hyundaishop.com . It took over a week until it shipped. Looks like in stock.
 

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I ordered a set through the dealer. Not sure when they're going to arrive though. Would have been SUPER awesome tonight though. Grogu had himself a bone fide ADVENTURE tonight! Complete with getting lost in the forest, Turkey trail roads full of mud holes and trees, trucks, gravel, and such. My 70 minute commute home took about 3 hours. Sorry version, this truck is freaking awesome at its intended use as a soft roader. Didn't even bar an eye at the sketchy parts or the ones that made my wife cringe and yell that she didn't like adventure anymore. LOL Good times. Can't be happier with my dirty, muddy little trucklet.
 

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I bought from Hyundaishop.com . It took over a week until it shipped. Looks like in stock.
Gotcha. I saw them on there in stock but they are not the true Hyundai accessory site and they were marked up from what Hyundai parts sells them for. That site also charges shipping which Hyundai parts does not. I guess the extra $16-$20 is worth it to be able to actually get them.
 

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Gotcha. I saw them on there in stock but they are not the true Hyundai accessory site and they were marked up from what Hyundai parts sells them for. That site also charges shipping which Hyundai parts does not. I guess the extra $16-$20 is worth it to be able to actually get them.
The site is owned by Garvey Hyundai in New York.
 

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Ok, didn’t know that. Interesting how they can get hem but my dealer and official Hyundai accessories site can’t. Oh well. I’ll pay the markup just to actually get them.
Instructions in the box were pretty straightforward. Didn’t have to remove anything on mine and had all 4 on in ~10 min
 

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Thanks for posting. I got the fronts on easily but the rears don't line up on my Limited. There's a small flap with two screws, do I have to remove it?
Dont remove the flaps on front of the rear tires. They're designed to deflect rain from the rear tires.
 

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Instructions for rear splash guards:
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