Molded Mopar Splash Gaurds

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  1. rollieman

    rollieman Silver Member

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    Curious, do the wheels have to be removed to install the Mopar splash guards, and any problem not drilling the 3rd hole?

    Not sure if I will keep them on permanently, need to see what they look like, I've been told they don't look bad at all?

    I'm planning on having Xpel protection installed, but would like to have some protection driving from the dealer to the Xpel installer which is approximately 75 miles as opposed to having the car transported?

    I'm hoping the service department can install them for me before I leave the dealership.

    Just optimistically planning ahead, the dealer told me that their rep confirmed my order will be entered next Thursday -------------- I'll believe it when I see it !!!!

    A8 -- performance tires -- granite crystal with black seats & red seat belts.

    Thank you !
     
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  2. Chuck from Solana Beach

    Chuck from Solana Beach Hellcat Member

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    Here area couple pictures of the OEM splash guards. It was the first mod I made to Dante, and I do like the way they look. My husband was working at the time I got the splash guards, so I had my dealership install them for me. I know several people here on the forum did their own install, and I do not think all of them drilled. Do a forum search and you will probably find more information than I remember. Hope this helps. :) splashguardcloseup.jpg

    splashguards1.jpg

    April
     
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    what was the part number of the mud flaps you used were they mopars ?
    and how much.
     
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    april77 Naughty SheDevil Mod Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    I don't remember ... gimme a few to look it up.

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    They look great on Dante. Bam
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    april77 Naughty SheDevil Mod Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    Sorry it took me a bit to get back to you, Bam. I was cleaning up the kitchen after dinner and taking care of some other stuff. :) Anyway, here are the part numbers that you asked for: Sold in pairs ... Front splash guards are #82214141, $65.00 on the Mopar web site. Rear splash guards are #82214142, also $65.00 on the Mopar web site. I know that some people have posted in the past that they got them a lil cheaper on Ebay, so might want to look there, too. :)

    April
     
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    You definitely don't need to remove the wheels to install if you don't want to.

    Also, no need to drill the upper hole for the fronts. In fact I'd recommend that you don't drill that hole.
     
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    Thanks April. Bam
     
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    Great pics!!! Any chance you would take a pic standing directly behind the car, down low. I can not find any pics on the net at that angle as I would like to know what the rears look like from behind. I have the ZL1 and thinking about changing to the Mopar.
    I think I would like a bit more protection ( I also have 3m film in that area )
    but ONLY If the Mopar are not very noticeable...I hope to find a pic like this of the Mopar before I change out,
    [​IMG]
     
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    cruizinrc HCC New Jersey State President Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    My friend has the zl1's on his hellcat and likes them better for stealth look but Mopars are way bigger more protection in my eyes
    Ron
     
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    I didn't remove the tires when I did it. And for the rears I just cut off the back sides of the body rivets and pulled them out the front. Also I had no issues drilling a hole for the front guards. There really isn't a good reason "not" to do it. People say "oh no, i'm not drilling holes in my car" or "oh its just going to rust, hell no". But there really is no need to worry. The screws even come coated in a type of wax that will coat and seal where you install it anyway. Sure you can use tape like some have, but i'll trust a screw for a lot longer then will some tape
     
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    Thanks for the pic, The ZL1 I almost do not see it and that was the reason I purchased. After the install I felt I needed a bit more protection So I had my 3M bra guy install some film in this area but still wondering if I should change out to the Mopar as the film he did is a very small area. I may be okay but still thinking yours look nice and will offer a bit more protection. The important thing is use something as rocks are not out friends!
    Thanks again for the pic and now just what to do?
     
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    I have film installed on the whole lower part of car as you are correct hate rocks here's a picture to help you get your tints done sooner lol image.jpg
     

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