rock guards: ZL1 vs Mopar

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by Zebug, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. Zebug

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    I prefer the factory ones
     
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    I agree with Abe. I had the factory ones installed last week. They fit and integrate well into the car. Installation is easy as well.
     
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    But will they go on W/O drilling holes?
     
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    Yes they do... Check out the thread in my OP that SRT_HC_707 put together
     
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    I also agree with Zebug. IMHO, they look so much better!
     
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    from everything I've read, you made the right choice going OEM. You buy cheap, you get cheap with the ZL1 from reviews I've seen.

    I also opted for the Mopar OEM
     
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    i tossed my zl1's in the garbage and bought the mopar ones...they are made for the car
     
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    Mopar ones for me
     
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    Does anyone have the link for the Mopar rock guards.
     
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    u can find them on ebay for the best price.. or any local dealer
     
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    The ZL1s are cheap. I had them on for a while before taking them off and installing the Mopar ones. MUCH better.
     
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    I'll break the flow here. "Mud Flaps" do not look good IMHO on a performance car, plain and simple. The bigger the are, the better they work, and exponentially, the worse it looks.
    YMMV.

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    I prefer the ZL1 "bikini" style rockguards, which do the job very well, just covering and protecting the stuff that would get flung up close to the skin. They also curve inward as the go downward, and are for all intent & purpose, unnoticeable.

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    Ya I'm liking the look for the ZL1's over the Mopar Mudflaps. It also looks like they cover more of the area where rocks and rubber and going to get slung.
     
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    those look like they cover less then oem but those are challenger photos
     
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