JohnHas anyone got them or had them fitted after purchase.
Inwas wondering if my car would have to be drilled to attach and do they really help to prevent stone chips?
Are these the ones?John
I have them on both a LEAF24 and a LEAF30. There is all of one hole to drill per side IIRC, so not exactly hard to fit. They are not the flappy sort but the moulded ones that are closer to the bodywork. They make a noticable difference to the mud thrown up on the cars (can't comment on chipping), and no noticeable difference to consumption.
Precisely. The longest part of the job is taking the wheels off.I've been toying with the same idea and you can get them on ebay for about £90 - do you need to take the wheels off to fit them (you probably do for the rears) but the front wheels could be turned out ?
They are rigid plastic mouldings and a compromise between function and aerodynamics. The "traditional rubber hanging flaps" you describe are simpler and possibly more effective, but at a high price aerodynamically and in terms of catching in reverse.I assumed all the 30kw leaf flaps were like traditional rubber hanging flaps but online they seem to be low profile plastic things moulded to the shape of the car?