Splash Guard Clips

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  1. Johnny

    Johnny Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member HCC Germany President

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    Hi speedlogix,
    I ordered the 15 Mopar Splash Guards for the front and rear.

    I installed the front and its all okay,
    for the rear there are 2 spring clips unavailable :(
    I have only 4 clips (number D) for the right and left side.

    Do you have a part number for it or failing in stock?

    Thx

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    FarAwayFromHere Gold Member

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    Go to an auto parts store and buy a few,they come in Screw sizes for example; #8 screw /#10 screw
    They are really inexpensive. This will be the fastest/Cheapest.
    In aviation we call them tinnerman nuts
    Here is a link to different styles,you are in europe so they may be called something else ?
    Nuts, "U"
    I think you will have good access on the back,maybe get creative and find an alternative,
    One for each side!
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  3. Johnny

    Johnny Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member HCC Germany President

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    Thanks
     
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    No Prob.
     
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    Johnny Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member HCC Germany President

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    I ordered this one ;)

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    Wow looks like you are going to have some spares kikin around for a while,
    They may come in handy for other things!
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    Glad you got it worked out. Here's some pics I took while I was installing. Just an FYI, you don't have to remove the rear wheels to install the rear splash guards. You can access the plastic rivets from the underside and cut them with a snipping tool. I used a pair of electrical wire stripping pliers. Also, if you go this route make sure to use the 1/4 drill bit and drill from back to front in order to drill through the plastic of the wheel well before removing the plastic rivets. If you have any questions just let me know. I did this in my driveway without any issues.

    Personally, I decided not to tap into the front fender. Although I am considering to have piece of mind. I skipped the top screw and use 3M double side tap instead. It's been proven at 165mph and all good. What most don't know is that when you use the screws provided to tap into the front fender is that it actually releases an anti rust type agent inside as your screw it into the new hole.

    Hope I was of some help. Cheers!

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    Speedlogix Gold Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Good info, thanks to everyone for helping out! Johnny, looks like you are set for a while now! :)
     
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    Johnny Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member HCC Germany President

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    Oh yea :cool::D
     

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