Lets' See those Mud Flaps haha

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  1. Mills

    Mills Silver Member

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    My car is rolling down the line today or tomorrow so have been getting ready for it's arrival and now I am wondering about the Mopar "mud flaps". At 1st I was against the idea, the benefits seem to vary from member to member, but have seen a few pics and they don't look too bad.

    Am wondering if those with them can post up some pics...Pitch Black cars preferred haha - but any pics would be helpful

    Cheers
     
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    Get them. they are dead simple to install, effective, and unobtrusive.

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    You could just come over and see them in person. :rolleyes:

    Cool if you car starts down the line (tomorrow), exactly one year from the moment mine started down (Sublime on St. Patrick's Day)
     
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    Mills Silver Member

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    Haha - in time Clay in time!

    Also - are there various part#'s for these?...searching the web there seems to be various styles and some look pretty horrible haha
     
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    I called my dealer and ordered the OEM Mopar splash guards that Cruisin1966 posted above, with the part numbers. The splash guards were the first mod I made to Dante. Here they are on my car ... up close, and at a distance.

    April

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    Mills Silver Member

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    Perfect - thx for the part#'s!

    That's a pretty good pic...and for sure not the same units as I saw online.
     
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    April,

    Did you (or your hubby) install them or did you have the dealer do it?
    Did you have to remove the rear wheels or put the car up on a lift ?
    Looks like it's do-able with the car sitting, but want to be sure before ordering :rolleyes:
     
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    I did mine in the driveway with car sitting on it's wheels. I was meticulous and decided not to drill the one hole and used double-sided tape. Took me about 30 minutes
     
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    Yup they are a must. Keeps rocks from flinging up and keeps tire rubber off the back. Little tip for everyone out there. If u have tire rubber on back from burnouts or racing. A little foaming glass cleaner will take them off with a wipe of a microfiber rag
     
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    image.jpeg Here is mine,
     
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    I want some, but I do not want to drill holes.
     
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    What type of double sided tape did you use? Was it foam or thin like scotch tape?
     
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    No, I did not do the install myself. I had the dealer do it, because if they screwed it up, they would hafta fix it. If I screwed it up, I would have been S.O.L., LOL! :) There are lots of posts on the splash guards, though, and several of the guys have done the install themselves, without drilling holes, and I am pretty sure some did it without a lift.

    April
     
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