Reserved for future update
I presume open until payment is made.Definitely in for a set. Not sure if I'd go with gloss or matte though. Do we need to make a decision up front?
These will be molded to OE design. I had the same question at first, but they are capable and have done a few molded designs before on their IG (otherwise this wouldn’t be a thing 😬)Q. These will be direct replicas of the original guards or flat (like all the ones posted on their IG page)?
IN, matteHey wagon gang,
With E46 touring mudguards being well out of production at this stage, there are few options other than looking to scrap yards (good luck) or finding a used set.
Given the current demand for more Touring parts, I've reached out to multiple manufacturers to commission a set. While my original intent was to find a plastic manufacturer, I've since made a connection with CarbonGuards who manufactures—you guessed it—carbon mud guards and flaps. While much of their work is layered and cut, they have molding capabilities as well to provide an OE replica of the E46 Touring guards.
We have worked to a group buy price of $200 for the set of 4 guards molded to OE Spec in either matte or gloss carbon, shipped ConUS.
The estimated production time for the first set of 10 is 4 weeks from the close of the Group Buy
1. ArtifactsInMotion (Matte)
2. ///Mark_D (Matte)
3. vtwagon (matte)
4. Jakl (matte)
5. JoeTan (matte)
6. Archbid (matte)
7. Tbouchard991 (matte)
8. Crossworth1 (matte)
Note: I am not receiving any compensation from Carbon Guards, merely facilitating the thread because I initiated the discussion, and I really want some damn mudguards
I'll take the silence as a no?Will these work with the M Tech II rear bumper?