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Old 07-28-2014, 12:14 AM
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Anyone put Ram or aftermarket mud flaps/splash guards on their 2014? What brand? Style?
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Mud Flaps look & work good on the rear
I don't have them on the front, mostly because i have wheel to wheel step bars
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Molded OEM Ram flaps front and rear. I think they look the best on the Sport.
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Do a search, there are quite a few good threads discussing this in great detail.
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Weathertech molded both front and rear. Looks good and functional. Took all of 10 minutes to install. So glad I did it!
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I had the Mopar, really liked the look but the front won't work with the wheel to wheel steps so I went with Husky. Husky had one hole they wanted you to drill into the fender lip, but it doesn't need it so I didn't add that screw. I did have to drill a hole into the wheel well liner for one screw to pull the inside in tight but this wasn't a big deal since that is just plastic. You can see them in my thread.

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Molded OEM Ram flaps front and rear. I think they look the best on the Sport.
Agreed. I have them on front and rear of my sport.
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Weathertech on the front fit fine with the wheel to wheel steps on my Sport. Very easy installation.
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I have the molded ram mud flaps front and rear. Here are a few shots.
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I have the molded ram mud flaps front and rear. Here are a few shots.

I have the same and really like them. Easy to install! They send you a screw to drill an extra hole in each but they stay just fine without them. If the fronts stick out a little bit you can heat them (heat from the back side) just a little and bend them to fit flush. This was recommended to me by 2 dealerships instead of drilling in to a brand new truck. Then I filled the extra hole in the splash guard with black silicone to stop anything from getting in it and behind the splash guard
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