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Old 04-17-2007, 10:59 PM   #1
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where do i look for floor mats with the pontiac logo, or possible saying "Bonneville"?
GM has them, 109 bucks too.

and while im at it, mudflaps too.
theyre both going to be for the 2001 not my 92
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When I ran mudflaps I had some slightly molded ones from the dealer. if a textured plastic is ok with white ponitac letters, that'* what I had on.

Really kept the car cleaner when in snow and what not...
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I would say dont put mudflaps on. Drilling holes in the wheelwell metal seems like your just asking for rust in the future, IMHO that is
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I would say dont put mudflaps on. Drilling holes in the wheelwell metal seems like your just asking for rust in the future, IMHO that is
been running mud flaps for 15 years with no rust

you just have to paint the exposed metal

and GM has some Very nice Rubber all weather floor mats for the Bonneville

part 12496836 for the front....that is for Tan BTW



and the part number for the Pontiac sightly molded splash guards are 12497409

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I would say dont put mudflaps on. Drilling holes in the wheelwell metal seems like your just asking for rust in the future, IMHO that is
Not an issue on the 92-99 i believe, both front and rear go into plastic panels, and you can use existing screws for the panels, to secure the mudflaps.
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nice....I am going by past experience, not from a Bonneville
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