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Larry Summers

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posted 07-09-2001 04:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Larry Summers     send a private message to Larry Summers   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Larry Summers
I just met a couple with a purple 99 and mud flaps. Where is
the best, fastest place to obtain them, and do they come in
different styles?
Mike Krehel




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posted 07-09-2001 04:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mike Krehel     send a private message to Mike Krehel   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Mike Krehel
Larry, The front flaps are a must to keep rocks off the side of the car. The rear flaps will mainly help to keep the bumpers a little cleaner.

You can order them from your local dealer, or if you're lazy like me, pick up the phone and call The Parts Rack:
JonB PartsRack
8am - 5:30pm Pacific
360.837.3937

Mud flap, Front Mopar # 82203235
Mud flap, Rear Mopar # 82203236

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You might want to consider trimming the flaps. Some do, some don't. There are various opinieons. Even trimmed mine drag at my driveway entrance. Be most especialy careful backing over curbs or pot holes. The flap gets pinched against the the tire and pulls down, either cracking or even in some rare cases pulling off the fender. I trimmed an inch off mine. The front flaps are a must.

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