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Anyone have these on their vehicle? They don't look awful and I want to keep dirt and road debris from damaging the paint. If so, what size guard are you using and where did you buy them? Thanks
 

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there's plenty of old threads on this subject. It was being beat to death about a year ago. some are black and some are colored to match your paint. Personally, I like the black ones. they seem to disappear better IMHO.
 

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RPI stealth guard... they work okay.. not as bulky as the mopar ones.
 

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I have the black mopar flaps, I like em....
 

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Is there a site to get them from, im interested in getting come as well.
 

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Is there a site to get them from, im interested in getting come as well.
Nevermind, found them. Thanks anyway, seem like an easy install as well.
 

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I've got the OEM ones....simple install but your going to need a pop rivet gun for the plastic rivets. I think they look the best because their made for the car. And here in NY, flaps are a must.

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I have the mopar black ones and they are very discreet and dont take away from the muscle look - plus they really help with the debris kicking up when you spin the **** out of your tires :)
 

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I installed the MOPAR splash guards this weekend. Install wasn't too bad, but be prepared to remove the rear wheels unless you use a different method of fastening them. A rivot gun won't fit between the rear tire and the splash guard. I bought the splash guards on eBay for $40.50 per set.

Someone on C/T told me that you can get the rivot gun for plastic rivots at Harbor Freight. I ordered one on-line. It was about $20 shipped. This includes a number of plastic rivots. Turned out that I needed one of them because I broke one that came with the splash guards. They don't give you any extras.
 

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Installed the Mopar ones from the dealer, rear only, didn't put them on the front.
 

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My rivet gun is a right angle type...no need to take off the tires :)
 

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My rivet gun is a right angle type...no need to take off the tires :)
That would have been nice! Fortunately, I have the scissor jack that came with the spare tire kit, so jacking it up and removing the wheels wasn't a huge deal.
 
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