Anybody have these? Do they work good or would the MOPAR ones be better?
*Ahem* you might reference This Link before pulling numbers out of the air. There are several dissatisfied customers on this board, many more that don't wish to speak up because there is some unspoken rule here to not speak ill of the supporting vendors. Just because they support CT.com doesn't make them a reputible business. I'm sure you had a good experience, which explains your blind faith in the company, but be aware pinky, not everyone has the same experience.RPI does NOT have shady customer service, they just have one vocal dissatisfied customer who wants everyone to think they have shady customer service.
I run these, they are barely noticeable after they've been on for a week or more. They do an adequate job. If you decide to get them, do a search for installation recommendations, it'll make the job easier. Trust me..
Thats because RPI got the mod to lock the thread after they got the last word in. Nothin shady bout that either.....I read that thread and didn't get any sense that RPI was somehow "shady". There looks to be a handful of folks in that thread that seem to have legitimate issues (lead times, midships, etc), but nothing that would lead me to believe there is a serious issue with their business practices. ....RPI even responded when you called them out but I saw no further rebuttal from you or the others.
Having said that, I personally don't have the RPI mid flaps (I have the Mopar ones). I simply didn't like the look of them (kinda cheap IMO but its all a matter of preference).
Yep. This subject has been beaten to death, but IMO the mopar ones only look good on black cars because you cant see them much. On every other color they look bulky - while the RPI ones are nearly invisible.I also have the RPI's. I love them. I have to point them out to people for them to even know they are there.
For me: The factory ones are too bulky and stand out like sore thumbs.