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Mud Flaps for Model 3

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Mud Flaps for Model 3

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67 reviews

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Installation Level: Beginner

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Protect your Model 3’s paint from rocks, sludge, dirt, and snow.

Our mud flaps are a screwless installation and come with everything you need to install in under 5 minutes. On top of that (or rather under that), our kit comes with a custom-cut paint protection film so that the mud flaps won’t damage the paint while it’s on (a common problem for mud flaps since dirt can rest there and cause paint damage).

  • Easy DIY peel & apply application (see below)
  • Tools & instructions included
  • Lasts 10 years
  • Designed and made in the USA


  • Mudflaps for Front/ Rear Passenger and Driver
  • No drill CLIP set
  • PPF kit
  • Install Guide


  • Made out of Avery Supreme PPF
  • Fits 2017+ Tesla Model 3

Most customers install this kit themselves. Some experience with PPF installation is helpful, but not necessary.

Installation time: .5 hours

Recommended Temperature: 65°F – 75°F

Tools needed: Simply add water to provided installation bottles.

How to Video:

Do I have to apply pressure to ensure the mudflaps are clipped in?

Yes. The clips require a good amount of force. We recommend using one of our trim tools to leverage and push it in.

What temperature should I install PPF?

PPF is best installed in a temperature range between 65 and 75 degrees F. If it’s too cold, it may feel stiffer. If it’s too hot, it’ll stretch more.

Is it okay to leave small bubbles when installing?

If it is larger than a nickel, you want to lift the PPF and squeegee it down again. If it’s smaller than a nickel, it should dissipate and evaporate within time.

Does it come with everything I need to install?

Yes, everything you need is provided in the kits. All you’ll need to add is water to the slip and tack bottles.

Do I need to cut anything?

No, our kits come pre-cut to make installation easier for you!

Why does it only come with 1 set?

PPF is easier to adjust since it is a wet install compared to vinyl which is a dry install. If you do make a mistake, reach out to us and we can send you a replacement at cost.

How long does PPF last?

Our film is rated for 10 years.

Easy 60-day Returns. We're giving you 60 days to see if the kit works for you. Wrong color? Not for you? Get an exchange or refund. To receive a full refund, the product must not be used. If unused or sealed, we will refund 100% minus the shipping costs. For full details on policies, please visit our Exchanges and Return Page.

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Best mud flaps

Simple, straightforward, and a good investment

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Mud flaps for Model 3

Easy install and I like the way they look

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Mud Flaps

Just installed them, install went well now time will tell how well the flaps hold up.

Shane L.
United States United States

Best solution on the market so far

Insole Lizzie easy and the finished product looked really good. My only complaint is it paint protection film should be much thicker and I noticed the edges of the splash guards or somewhere sharp think will lead to rubbing because it is slightly cutting into the film.

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Model 3 Mud Flaps

Overall they look good and I believe they will protect the panels they way I hope they will. A few things about the install. Yes.. PPF is a bit tricky to install. My first time, so those with more experience will have an easier time. First off... there are two instructions on the website when it comes to Tack. One says just add water (including on the bottle) another says add isopropyl alcohol. I found that the isopropyl alcohol is optional. I chose to use it since I had it in the house. I personally found working a bit more dry was easier. That is, a dry surface with a wet piece. I also used my fingers a bit more. A microfiber towel is a must. Every installer will find their own techniques. Take your time and prepare. For me, it took longer to install.. so be patient. Also, make sure you have all your tools and supplies, a mat or blanket to lay down for the install, and take out the clips ahead of time so you are ready to snap them in.. All of this will make it easier. Regarding my concerns, I wish there was a bit more of a "snap" behind the fender for the top part of the flaps. I found myself moving them some for them to fit, and I did create a very small bubble in the PPF in the rear flap, though hardly noticeable. I also see the back side of the flap is not flat, so I do wonder if it will collect dirt and grime and how it will be the clean in the future. I do not expect it to be too much of a a big deal. All in all, I am happy with the mud flaps.

United States United States

Top Tier

These mud flaps are great. I really like the sleek and matte finish. The mud flaps come with all materials needed and install is a breeze. Would definitely recommend to any Tesla owner.

Mark R.
United States United States

Looks good but......

So this took a lot longer than I expected. I followed the video to the tee for installation. My problem was the PPF. It was very difficult to tack down the edges going into the wheel wells. I have installed PPF before and ended up having to use my fingers and more pressure to finally get the edges to tack down in those spots. So it took longer, but in the end it worked out ok. The PPF issue could be that I live in a high humidity southern state or maybe that PPF roll could have been a not so good batch. I did add a few pieces of double stick tape in areas of the mud flaps that are known to scratch the paint. I know that I have a PPF layer underneath, but it still doesn't hurt to add a little extra reinforcement to hold them in place in those spots.

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James M.
United States United States

Mud flaps in SoCal?

Seems a little unusual, but “an ounce of prevention” was on my mind when deciding on this purchase. Brand new Model 3 Performance, and I wanted it to stay that way. You almost don’t notice them on the dark blue 3, but they will perform the task, and fit perfectly.

Dustin H.
United States United States

Best solution I could find.

These look great and this is the best solution to give you flaps that work, and the PPF kit to make sure they don’t damage the paint underneath them. PPF is a bit tricky but these really small pieces aren’t that big of a deal to handle. Nothing like a hood or bumper. Plus this comes with everything you need at a very reasonable price. The flaps aren’t as soft a plastic as some OE flaps I’ve put on other cars, and may not fit as tightly to the panel in all places, but they are very close and get the job done.

Jesus B.
United States United States

Excellent quality with value added

These Mud Flaps for Model 3 are nice and sturdy. The installation was very easy. No modifications are needed. I liked very much the PPF included as part of the kit to protect the paint. Nice value added I did not find on other sellers.