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I hate them. Went out to the car to go to lunch and here the mud flap is hanging out side ways. I wish a got the thin flexable ones. This will be the 3rd one to replace. the dam things are more money and rub the paint off the side of the car. I will never every get these dam worth things again. Any body else have had any Problems with them?
 

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I had mine painted body colour....They look dope and only had some paint scratch off the bottom cause of the 3 feet of snow we had last winter... I love them.. I put them on all my Chrysler cars.. They give the car a more rugged appearance :)
 

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I never have had the molded mud guards. I have always used Groboski brand mud guards on all my vehicles. They are extremely durable, are made of a thick rubber, not plastic, so they hold up well in any kind of weather. I highly recommend them. They run about $15 per set of two.

I purchased them at a local automotive aftermarket store. Here is there web-site. Maybe they could direct you to a local dealer in your area or ship a set to you.

The Finish Line

Hope this helps out a bit. Not sure if you can see them or not, but here are a couple pics of my Trep with them on:


 

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Yo Spook - what are you running over? I've had mine on my car since day one and they have been no trouble. Of course over here on this low speed rock I've not been able to subject mine to the drag from the high speed runs that youse guys can make! :)
 

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Ive seen some mud flaps, moulded on a trep, they were not very big aand they had Intrepid written on them.
 
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