No the splash guards are a MOPAR option. I put them on my GT as well the MOPAR ones fit very well their are aftermarket company's making them as well but I like the MOPAR guards best.Was the GT originally equipped with splash guards?
I installed the Mopar splash guards to help protect the lower 1/4s. The paint on my 2010 Challenger SRT8 was chipped easily and within 6 months the 1/4 panels needed to be repainted (under warranty) and I never drove on a gravel road.Was the GT originally equipped with splash guards?
Greetings from Portland - we'll have to see how that size works going over the coastal range this winter when the snow develops. Keep us posted.
All 4 rims are Milanni 9052 Tycoon 20x9 5x115 +38mm Graphite. For the AWD +35 to +40 is what should be used on a 9" wide rim. The calculator below is a good guide if you are looking for different rims. I would of gone with 285/40/20 DWS06 tires but they don't make them. I've been running 285/35/19 DWS06 tires on my 2014 SS Sedan for 60K+ miles & love them.The front wheels are +38 as well?
Both my 2013 Mustang GT & 2014 SS Sedan sporting DWS06 tires crossed the snowy coastal range last winter without any issues.Greetings from Portland - we'll have to see how that size works going over the coastal range this winter when the snow develops. Keep us posted.
Haven't made it over to Tillamook recently to stock up on their jerky at their outlet store...
I am a big fan of the DWS06 tires. I've had them on my 2014 SS Sedan for over 60K miles. These tires are great in the wet and do fine in the snow. I drove in light snow last night & this morning without any issues.Would love to know how you like the Continental's. I'm thinking about the same tire. I don't drive it all winter, but I'm curious if they handle well in rain as well.
I am a big fan of the DWS06 tires. I've had them on my 2014 SS Sedan for over 60K miles. These tires are great in the wet and do fine in the snow. I drove in light snow last night & this morning without any issues.
Still getting used to seeing an axle shaft @ the front hub...its like that when looking at a Mercedes, and realizing it has 4-Matic (AWD system).I almost fell 3 times walking to my Challenger this morning due to the ice. Car was parked outside but the remote start had my heated seats & steering warm & windows clear. I drove away like I was driving on a tacky mat. I drove 200 miles on ice roads last night without a single slip.
Here is the inside clearance of the 275/40/20 on a 20x9 +38 rims. No rubbing anywhere. Barely a week old and I have 1,500 miles on my new tires already..
Backside 275_40_20 on 20x9 +38