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OEM Mud Flaps installed

Hi everyone. I recall seeing a thread in the past about mud flaps and people asking for the correct part number, pictures, how to install etc. I got mine installed today.

I thought I share my input.

The part numbers for the mud flaps to install on our rebels which have flares are:
82214136 for the rear and
82214137 for the front

The installer used the same two screws already on the flares and had to drill only one hole for the rivet.

Hope this helps. The look is subtle in my opinion.
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Nice! I ordered a set today.
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Technically 3 screws each are re-used (third one is at the inside-bottom of the flaps).
And I believe 2 wholes drilled in front and 1 in back. All drilling is against the fender flare and NOT against the body. I used aluminum rivets of my own instead of the plastic ones that came with the flaps.
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Just a side note on these splash guards, they don't weather well in cold climates. I had 3 crack during the winter for varying reasons. Mostly being brittle from the cold and then hitting something as I drove over snow or ice, or something coming off the tires.

Folks in the winter regions might want to consider flexible flaps as an alternative to the rigid plastic guards.

Also, I didn't install the rivets and never had a loose or misaligned guard. Just used the existing screws and it worked fine.

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These are the same ones I have on my Rebel, they were dealer installed and they look like yours. I had another set of Mopar Mud flaps installed on my 07 Ram when I purchased it new, and they looked like new when I traded it in for the Rebel 10 years later.

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I looked at the rivets that came with the oem mud flap kit and for one: its plastic and two: they don't fit my rivet gun.
Do I need to go out to purchase a different type of gun altogether? Home Depot was clueless and so was Lordco....any suggestions? Guess the worst that I can do is install them without the rivets.
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The Mopar Mudflaps are not quite wide enough for the stock tires on the Rebel, still get mud splash on the side. Much better than nothing but you would think they could make a mudflap just for the Rebel's wider tires.

Plastic Rivet Gun, Amazon. They have a kit with gun and rivets, worth it to get the whole kit. I have already used mine on two other projects.
Just do a search on Amazon.

Might want to make the drain holes a little larger while installing, they clog up very easily.
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My OEM is 3 years with me now, it just has some scratches but will surely try Plastic Rivet Gun. Hoping this is wider!
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