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You can get Mopar splash guards from various sources.





 
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I have the RPI stealth guards. The "hide" better than the Mopar ones..
 

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I have the same as GreatAmerican.... ordered from the internet, had the dealer install them... not bad, but certainly are saving the lower panels a lot of grief...
 

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Originally bought these from a Dealer for my 09 R/T. When I traded it in, I took them off for the new car. Sorta like a bride, something old, something new... brought a little of my 09 to my 2014.

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I have the RPI stealth guards. The "hide" better than the Mopar ones..
I have these too. You can see pictures on their website.
 

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RPI Stealth

Super easy to install and they work well. Use plastic rivets and two sided tape to secure them
 

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Originally bought these from a Dealer for my 09 R/T. When I traded it in, I took them off for the new car. Sorta like a bride, something old, something new... brought a little of my 09 to my 2014.

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i like these. got a link? or a part number?
 

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I've had the Mopar splash guards and they rubbed so bad against the paint through the clear coat. I took them off and will never put them on again. Also for winter driving snow clung to them so bad that they were pulling off the body due to the cheap plastic rivets. The RPI's are cheap and many (not all) have reported that they break off very easily since it's painted plastic.

I would get the 3M coating over the front panels if I could do it over again. Right now I just apply Dr. Colorchip every year and it takes care of all my rock chips. Plus I think the Challenger looks much better without splash guards.
 

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I prefer "splash guard" over mud flap...bought some generic dodge for the rear and generic small black plastic for the front from a local custom shop

 
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