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Just bought some oem front and rear mud guards for my N-Line. I haven't found any specifically for the 2019 yet, but was told by the parts center i ordered from that the ones from the 2018 EGTS should fit.

Went to put them on yesterday, and they were half right. The front ones fit perfectly, but the rear ones did not fit properly and the holes for the screws didn't line up. And looking at how far the rear diffuser wraps around on the 2019 vs the 2018, it's easy to see why. Anyway, still waiting to hear back on if they will be making any that fit the N-Line. For now, at least the front ones work.
 

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I had the same issues. The dealer just installed the front ones which look fine. I am not sure what I will do about the back.
 

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Mud guards

I’ve heard about this problem from some people. Still not quite sure what to do, any suggestions? I’ve looked at the ones from RallyMudFlaps.com, wonder if these would work.
 

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I ran into this issue when I was looking for mine. The "sports package" or N-Line has different "Fender liners" than the Base model. I've also been told they wont fit the '18 EGTS by my help desk, however I don't know how true that is.

Rally Armor makes mudflaps that are pretty nice. I have them installed right now, and they look great.
 

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Would you mind posting a photo of your mud guards?

I want the clean look of the OEM, but the rear ones are back order. I've called a few dealerships in my area (Toronto) and no one has the rear set.

Amazon and eBay listings specifically state the N Line mud guards are not the same as the other Elantra GT trims.
 

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I actually installed a set of RokBlokz mud flaps. I know they’re different than mud guards but I thought I’d share some input. They fit the N-Line specifically and they can be adjusted to look more flush with the body if you’d like. I kinda wanted the Rally style look.
 

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I actually installed a set of RokBlokz mud flaps. I know they’re different than mud guards but I thought I’d share some input. They fit the N-Line specifically and they can be adjusted to look more flush with the body if you’d like. I kinda wanted the Rally style look.
Those look pretty good. Are they the short or standard length? I'm still debating getting these, but a bit expensive when purchasing from Canada.
 

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If anyone's looking for the RallyArmor N Mudflaps

I can get you guys Rally Armor N mudflaps shipped to the USA for $200 USD with my dealer contact. I'm in Vancouver, Canada
 

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they have these for the '18 base EGT too right??
I don't believe there's any difference in wheel wells between the EGT models,
 

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I don't believe there's any difference in wheel wells between the EGT models,
The Elantra GT 2.0 and the 1.6T have slight body differences. The main one is the Fender Liner, where the flaps actually mount onto. So the OEM ones wont work on the '18-20 Elantra GT Sport/N-Line.

I'd recommend buying them from Rally Armor, or finding a source that will sell them to you. They're really good quality, and "easy" to install.
 

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I actually installed a set of RokBlokz mud flaps. I know they’re different than mud guards but I thought I’d share some input. They fit the N-Line specifically and they can be adjusted to look more flush with the body if you’d like. I kinda wanted the Rally style look.
Those look pretty good. Are they the short or standard length? I'm still debating getting these, but a bit expensive when purchasing from Canada.

They’re the standard length flaps. Yeah they’re expensive but they’re good quality. I’ve had the same colour flaps from rokblokz on my last car and they were fantastic
 
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