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E90 Rear Mud Guards fitment

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    Posted: 28 Sep 2021 at 3:38pm
Hey all, 

I have a 2009 E90 LCI. Non M Sport trim. I've fitted rear mud guards to stop all the crap covering my back bumper, with 265 section tires they throw up a lot. 
The near side guard doesn't have an inboard fixing so it seems a bit loose. I only notice when I'm cleaning the car as it moves when I do so, and doesn't get out of alignment, but I'd rather it was fixed correctly. 
Does anyone have rear guards fitted and could take a look underneath see how the inboard end of the guard is fixed. I'm thinking it need a little bracket but would be good to see one so I know what I'm looking for. 

Cheers all, Mark. 
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Anyone............. ???????? 
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Hi Mark,

If you look on RealOEM.com and enter the details of your car you may be able to find the part and see how it is fitted.

Paul
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