VAT GB 279142482 

Company Number 10989646

Mudflaps Fitting

Rear Mudflaps 


*These are designed specifically for the T6 Tailgate but can be adjusted to fit other models. This is not a straight fit and the best fit is on T6 Tailgate vans

T6 Tailgate


Step 1: Remove the 2 screws holding the arch liner in place by using an Allen key or spline. Make sure you clean the head of the screws, they will probably be covered in dirt from being in the wheel arch

Step 2: Place the mudguard in place. The two holes in the mudguard will line up with screw holes left in the wheel arch liner

Step 3: Take the screws provided or reuse the existing screws previously removed to attach the mudguard to the arch liner

T5 | T5.1 | Barn Door + Tailgate

An extra screw can be placed on the lower corner to bring in the mudflap to close the small gap at the bottom edge. See fig. A

There will be a small gap on the lower edge

T6 Barn Door

At step two, the lower hole will not match up.  There will be a small section of material from the mudflap on the inner, lower arch section which can be removed to allow these to fit depending on which rear bumper type you have. You will see how it flows against the arch.  An extra screw can be placed on the underside of the bumper to close up the gap between the bumper and mudflap.  There will be a small gap on the lower edge

Fig A

Front Mudflaps


Step 1: Turn the wheel so you have better access to the single screw holding the arch liner in place. Use an Allen key or TRX to remove this screw

Step 2: Add the metal clip to the arch liner (see photo)

Step 3: Offer the mudflap up and make sure the holes in the mudflap line up with the existing hole in the rebate of the arch liner and the newly inserted clip. You might need to tweak the location of the clip slightly

*The mud flaps come with an additional hole and additional clip but these aren’t needed to secure.

Step 4: Using the existing screws or the new ones provided, attach the two screws through the mudflap back into the arch liner. The screw going through the clip will take some pressure with the Allen key / screwdriver to make a secure fixing.