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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-23-2016, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Mud guards - OEM vs Plasticolor brand?

Was about to get OEM molded mud flaps off of ebay but came across this Plasticolor brand that is widely available. Anyone use these? How to they fit? They are cheaper for a set of 4, but the universal fit for Jeeps makes me hesitate.
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I have these and I'm pretty happy with them.

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Well they are 1/2 the price of the Mopar ones but they are flaps not molded units as are the Mopar ones. they may or may not fit to the holes that are already in you XK but the Mopar ones come with all the fastening hardware and they match the holes the right rear needs to be trimmed a little if you have the 5.7 with stock exhaust.I don't really want to locate and drill new holes if at all possible.


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Thanks I'll go with the OEM. Looks good on yours Big Blue and good points Swanny I don't wan't to have to drill holes if I don't have to. I have the 5.7 L and saw a previous post where you just need to trim or mold the corner of one of the guards.
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