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I'm looking for front/back splash guards for a 2012 Dodge Challenger and 2011 Dodge Charger. I believe the part numbers are:

2012 Dodge Challenger
Front: 82211683AC
Back: 82211684AD

2011 Dodge Charger
Front: 82212243
Back: 82212244

I'm hoping to save on shipping by getting them all at once.

-Matt
 

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Also check out what RPI has to offer. They are ok for lighter duty (no snow and ice ) and are less visible
 

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Steve White Motors sells them in a set go to their web site they are cheaper than their ebay listings,I saw on another thread that the RPI ones are coated versus molded plastic like the oem ones,even showed pictures of the coating coming off.
 

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I bought the RPI ones right after I got home with my brand new 2012 Stinger Yellow Challenger to find the Googyear F1 supercar tires had destroyed my paint. Talk about rock throwers. I've had the RPI slash guards and drive in snow, and rain I've never had a problem with them. They really save your paint and are hardly visible from the side and look good from the rear. They have a light texture to them and match pretty close to the texture of the rocker panels. They are the best $45 I've spent.
 

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If you decide to use the RPI on thing I did to help keep paint chaffing down and help adhesion was to use doublesided tape one the fenders and quarter panels prior to installing them. I also found out you can used your original front rocker screws to mount the front ones unlike what the directions state about using plugs.
 

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I bought the RPI ones right after I got home with my brand new 2012 Stinger Yellow Challenger to find the Googyear F1 supercar tires had destroyed my paint. Talk about rock throwers. I've had the RPI slash guards and drive in snow, and rain I've never had a problem with them. They really save your paint and are hardly visible from the side and look good from the rear. They have a light texture to them and match pretty close to the texture of the rocker panels. They are the best $45 I've spent.
Since that was several years ago do you think its possible they've changed the construction of them.
 

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I'm looking for front/back splash guards for a 2012 Dodge Challenger and 2011 Dodge Charger. I believe the part numbers are:

2012 Dodge Challenger
Front: 82211683AC
Back: 82211684AD

2011 Dodge Charger
Front: 82212243
Back: 82212244

I'm hoping to save on shipping by getting them all at once.

-Matt
82211683AC $46.00
82211684AD $46.00

82212243 $36.90
82212244 $36.90

approx 12 to 16 shipping depending on zip code

thanks

Luke
 

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Also check out what RPI has to offer. They are ok for lighter duty (no snow and ice ) and are less visible
Since then the fronts cracked and RPI did not send warranty replacements. Get the MOPAR ones
 

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Also for people with 2015's, RPI's do not fit your car. I just got mine in and RPI is having to take them back and process a refund for me.
 

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Luke hooked me up Too. THANKS AGAIN!
 
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Is there any way to keep the stock Mopar rear guards from coming loose with that damn double sided tape they come with?
 
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