After extensive development and testing, Rally Armor is pleased to offer its 2013+ Ford Fiesta ST mud flaps. Designed for maximum utility with a rally fit to finish the look, Rally Armorâ€™s urethane (UR) mud flaps are sought after for their flexibility and ultimate in shock resistance. The Ford Fiesta ST hatch flaps feature high tensile, tear-resistant and coveted elastic properties unique to urethane. Whether vehicles are lowered or at stock ride height, polyurethane mud flaps consistently outperform their generic polyethylene and PVC plastics counterparts both in wear and impact resistance. Capable of handling high hot and sub-zero cold temperatures without compromising form, URs are ideal for ST owners who seek premium quality and lasting protection.
The intelligent mounting system includes precision engineered brackets fabricated from rust-proof stainless and powder-coated steel. Through a combination of custom injection molded form-fitted plastic spacers to foam tabs and corresponding brackets, the application offers flush fitment for discerning Fiesta ST owners who seek clean contour lines. In addition to filling in the voids within the fender wells, the installation was carefully designed to meet the needs and preferences of ST drivers who prefer minimal alterations to the liners and slotted mounting holes for adjustability.
With over 12 years of experience as a leading manufacturer, this application is a testament to why Rally Armor has become the trusted resource for mud flaps.
Each Rally Armor UR mud flap set for the 5-door 2013+ Ford Fiesta ST hatch (does not fit base model Fiesta) includes 4 UR mud flaps for all 4 corners of the vehicle, mounting instructions, brackets and hardware.View Rally Armor Fiesta ST Installation Video:
Please note that 1 set of mud flaps in the shopping cart = 4 flaps, accompanying hardware and instructions. Fitment Note: Fits 2013+ 5 door Ford Fiesta ST hatch. Does not fit base models.
Color Combination: Black UR mud flap with Red Rally Armor logoLooking for installation instructions? Click Here