This is a set of optional DE Racing Buggy Mud Guards, and are intended for use with the Hot Bodies D8 buggy. These mud guards are engineered to be direct installation parts, with no additional body trimming or added holes to the suspension arms required. They install in minutes and will protect the rear suspension and drive train components from damage or contamination from rocks, dirt or mud. Proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. from scuff resistant plastic, these mud guards will withstand much more abuse than a thin lexan, or carbon fiber plate and are the latest must have item for your HB buggy.
- Guards rear suspension and drive components against rocks, dirt, and mud
- Easy to install with no need for added trimming of body
- Scuff resistant with engineered durability
- Made In U.S.A.
- Includes mounting hardware
These are NOT compatible with the Hara Edition. The Hara Edition uses DER-111-HB
This product was added to our catalog on May 26, 2010.
Perfect fit for mi D8s. I didn't have problems because in the description says clearly that is meant for D8
These aren't meant to fit the Hara D8, these mud guards are great. Just because you bought the wrong thing doesn't mean they should get a bad review... if you own the Hara you buy the mud guards for the Hara, not that difficult.
These guards were not intended for the D8 Hara Edition. The guard that is needed for the Hara is DER-111-HB. These are what you will need to use on any D8 with the optional threaded outer rear hinge pins. They can be found at A Main with this link. http://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=der-111-hb
Had to use my dremel to make it fit my Hara edition. Got it to work hope they stay put..
Exactly what the guys above me said....They have to be adapted to fit the hara D8.
So dissapointed, I purchased these because the D8 Hara Edition does not come with mud guards. Good luck installing them because the holes do not line up. As you can see in the picture there are only 2 holes, however the hole on the outside is not in the correct spot.