Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Louis Nisenbaum, Jan 30, 2018.

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  1. Any owners add mud flaps to their Clarity? Do you like the way they look and does it affect the aerodynamics?
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  3. Ken7

    Ken7 Active Member

    It will affect the aerodynamics, but to what degree who knows?
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  4. AGarg

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  5. aapitten

    aapitten Active Member

    I bought a set (hint way cheaper online than the dealer) but I haven't been able to put them on yet due to the cold, snowy weather. Next nice day we get I'm hoping to clean the salt off and put them on. I'll let you know how it goes (but it may be a couple months.)
  6. alyssai

    alyssai Member

    Is it relatively easy to install yourself? I don't want to mess up at the step where you have to cut a piece off the car
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  8. qtpie

    qtpie Active Member

    can you share the link where you buy them? Thanks.
  9. alyssai

    alyssai Member

    Anybody have a grey Clarity with their mudflaps installed? I got mine but haven't put it on yet. ImI curious to see a photo!
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  10. vicw

    vicw Active Member

    Here you go. I installed them myself. It isn't as scary as the instructions lead you to believe. Just need to use a bit of care. The front ones are pretty easy. The rear ones are more difficult, and a bit uncomfortable to install, but I'm 78, and working on my hands and knees is more difficult than it used to be.

    I strongly suggest having a small ratcheting right-angle philips-head screwdriver available, as the rear tires are very close to the screws. There was an earlier thread in which I and others discussed details of the installation process. The mud guards were an excellent investment. I hated the way mud and water sprayed up on the doors and the rear area prior to installing them. It has very much minimized that annoyance.

    I really don't think that they have affected mileage in any significant way. I'm still getting upwards of 55 miles per full charge on a moderate temperature day.

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  11. siddpup

    siddpup New Member

    We had the dealer install them, so I can’t speak to ease of installation. But here is a side view of ours with the mud flaps installed. It isn’t a great picture-but should give you an idea. I find them pretty unobtrusive in terms of looks on the grey, as I imagine they would be on the black.

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  13. aapitten

    aapitten Active Member

    Oops! I guess I never replied back, sorry gang, I got the best price on mine from (I have no affiliation other than having bought my parts from them.) I had no complaints and I got mudflaps and floor mats.
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  14. alyssai

    alyssai Member

    Thanks for the photo!I just got them installed today. I bought them at College Hills Honda with the intention of installing them myself. I kept putting it off so I had the dealer install it. I agree that it doesn't stand out much on the grey.. It's barely noticeable that I forgot to look at them before leaving the dealership.

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