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I was wondering anyone going to get splash guards for there truck. I want to just don't know what kind to get that would look good on the rebel. Any suggestions? Would it be better to go aftermarket or just with the Ram ones from the dealer.
 

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RAM ones from the dealer would most likely be the ones that will look best, overall I've noticed this to be the case with a lot of vehicles. Haven't found many aftermarket versions that look as good as OEM, although OEM is a bit on the expensive side.
 

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I was wondering anyone going to get splash guards for there truck. I want to just don't know what kind to get that would look good on the rebel. Any suggestions? Would it be better to go aftermarket or just with the Ram ones from the dealer.
Get the Weathertech no-drill. They match perfect and install in minutes. Much better than the oems
 

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I purchased the OEM splash guards, they look nice and fit fine, took about ten minutes to put on and they cost me $100.00 for all four. The only downside that I see with them is that they require you to drill holes and I just couldn't bring myself to do that to the truck just yet. I figure the two bolts that are on are in there tight and the splash guards are snug. I didn't see the weathertech's so I don't know much about them.
 

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I've never liked them on my trucks, yeah they serve a purpose and all but just don't like the way they look.
Same here, I was however in favor of having them on my cars which go a long way in keeping them clean since the mess that flys up on the side can make it look really dirty and quick.
 

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what do they attatch to if you're not drilling mounting holeS?
There are screws holding the fender flares to the wheel wells. You remove two of the screws, put the splash guards in place and put the screws back in to the same holes you just took them out of. Quick, seamless and, actually, a very tight fit.
 

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^ that sure beats having to do any drilling or anything, always best when you can use what ever holes are already there and get it to fit how you wan it to.
 
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