Nice car, I want to get the mopar mud flaps, did you remove the rear wheels to install,if so, did you raise it with the pinch weld fixture or some other method. Larry
Rear wheels have to be removed to drill out the plastic rivets to install the mudflaps. I've read where some people were able to use a low profile goose neck of some kind to drill in the tight space between the fender and tire... but it's not worth the hassle.
I used front wheel chocks, a simple floor jack and jack stands to raise the car. There's rubber jack points in front of the rear wheel well. Put jack there, raise it and put the jack stand where the owner's manual tells you to. There's cutouts in the plastic rocker panel for the jack stand. Alternatively, you can also put the jack stand on the lower shock mount.
You'll also want an offset screwdriver to tighten them down after you put some miles on the car. Over time, they will loosen a little as the splash guards settle in. You will likely have to retighten them a couple times across a month or two before they get permanently snug.