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I may be stepping out of my area of influence into my area of concern but I thought that the splash guards were already available. Is an SRT-8 different than a 300 Touring as far as splash guards are concerned??
 

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They certainly are out for the 300C... and Avon Custom Wheels can paint match them for you! Give a search for the salient threads on that... there are pics.
 

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I was under the impression that the ones for the 300c would fit the SRT8, but only in the front...hence the question about special ones for the rear...?
 

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marnepup said:
I was under the impression that the ones for the 300c would fit the SRT8, but only in the front...hence the question about special ones for the rear...?

That's why I said REAR Mud Flaps...

The Standard 300/300c Rear Mud Flaps DO NOT FIT the SRT8.

Anybody know when they will be available?

Or...Has ANYONE Modified the Rear 300C Mudflaps to Fit the SRT8?

Thanks;

LJB :smoker:
 

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If this is true, I might have been screwed. I have been traveling since I got my mud flaps from AVON, so I haven't even had a chance to go to the car and see how they are going to line up. If the rears don't fit, I will be an unhappy customer. That would suck badly. I was very clear about the fact that my car was a SRT-8, yet no mention was made to me that the rears would not fit the SRT-8. I guess I will need to go to the garage and unwrap the car cover and actually match these up tomorrow, since travel has slowed down the holidays. I don't drive my fun cars in the winter. Has anyone else run into this with their AVON order?
 

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I don't see how the regular C ones can possibly fit the SRT8. We have that extra valance added to the bumper which lowers it. The C guards would have to be cut out for them to work.

A set of some kind of guards for the SRT8s would be great. Not mudguards though, something to keep the brake dust off the rockers.:yuck:
 

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mudguards on srt-8

Have a set of OEM rear mopar moulded mudguards installed on my 07 300c SRT-8. Don't see what all the fuss is about. They installed in just a few minutes and do the job keeping the mud, etc off of the rear valence. I also went back to Chrysler and bought the front set. Taking the car to the body shop next week to have them color matched & re-installed.
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I was going to say...the C and SRT8 look like they would use the same ones to me.

Eric
 

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They are different! I have a set and the fitment over the rear valance is not flush. It needs to be notched out...
Do they make SRT specific Rear mud Guards?
 

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I bought and installed a set when I purchased my 300C SRT8 back in 2006 and they fit perfectly, front and rear, with no modification.
 

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I have a set on my MSRT8... no issues, but the MSRT8 may be different than the 300CSRT8... I haven't compared them up close (none around these parts).
 

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Awsome

I bought and installed a set when I purchased my 300C SRT8 back in 2006 and they fit perfectly, front and rear, with no modification.
Can you take some close ups and post them?
When I dry fit them I have a good 1/8" gap on the outside...notice 1rst then 2nd has a nub on the bottom that should reach over to the edge to lock it in place.
 

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Here are pictures of my black 07 SRT-8 with the Mopar mud flaps the dealer installed before I bought the car. The gap does exist and since I've had the car for a month, I have not had time to take them off and dremel them to fit better It'll give something to do in the spring. Also, I have not resized these pictures so beware.






I apologize for the car being filthy. Part of that sucky midwest winter we just had this weekend. Although it does show how the gaps collect debris.
 
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