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Search in the alfa uk website.. There are lots of accessories for the Stelvio including mud flaps... They just aren't available yet from mopar in the USA...I called Mopar USA and they are sending me rubber floor mats for the Stelvio... But I could not search them on their website yet... Might be worth a call.
 

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mud flaps are available on the Belgium (Europe) Mopar-website, screenshot below.
Price 53,75 EUR, about 58,40 $ for the set of 2
 

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Went up on the UK Mopar web site as suggested in prior thread (https://www.alfaromeo.co.uk/mopar/accessories) and found the Splash Guards under the "Safety" category but can't find a way to purchase them off the web site. Unless its because I'm out of country and prices are listed in pounds, I'm not sure, but I don't see a way to purchase the splash guards from that site.
 

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They do not fit a quad. I purchased those and they did not fit. The rear bumper is different. I still have them so if anyone with a non quad Stelvio want them just message me. I'll sell them for 20 bucks plus shipping.
 

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I have the factory ones above. Super easy install, no drilling. not sure why they don’t make front mud flaps

That is what we really need...the front ones.


If anybody finds something.... please let us know :)
 

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So I tried to remove the wheelwell liner today, but, Alfa decided to put retainer clips directly underneath the fender lip, so, without removing the fender lip, I don't see how to unclip the liner completely. That being said, I was able to get a decent look behind the liner (on the driver's front). There's not too much behind it, so, it's pretty safe to drill into it. I bought some universal Rally Armor mud flaps that I'm going to throw on the quad.
I've attached two photos. The first shows a little peek at one of the retaining clips I mentioned. The second is looking up and diagonally toward the back of the wheel well with the front of the vehicle to the right.


I'll take a look behind the passenger side tomorrow.
 

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Ordered the factory splash guards (mud flaps) from Mopar online. They are a bit pricey. By the time you add shipping, your looking at around $90USD. They are however, OEM and made in Italy. Installation was easy and they look good. On the other hand, they are not as stiff as I was hoping. The instructions say to check the fasteners after 621 miles or 110 mph; whichever comes first :oops:. (kidding about the mph part......)
 

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Ordered the factory splash guards (mud flaps) from Mopar online. They are a bit pricey. By the time you add shipping, your looking at around $90USD. They are however, OEM and made in Italy. Installation was easy and they look good. On the other hand, they are not as stiff as I was hoping. The instructions say to check the fasteners after 621 miles or 110 mph; whichever comes first :oops:. (kidding about the mph part......)
can you post a pic?
 

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I have a 18 Ti sport. I paid 55 on eBay for front and rear. Rear are very easy with two types of heads, maybe a Phillips and a Torx or star. Been some time. Front I took to dealer and they put it on. Screws into well perimeter and there is a rivet that’s needs to be drilled out.
 
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