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I bought them in October but couldn't get around to install them. My brother mounted them for me last weekend as it was quite warm. Turns out the previous owner had them on and removed them for some reason so all the mounting hardware was there.

Much better than without. Keeps a lot of road crap from hitting the body. Anyone that doesn't have them should get a set.
 

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Are these the factory mud flaps that supposedly won't fit a Hemi powered vehicle Flex? Those are nice looking flaps I wouldn't mind having a set of these.

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Well, I have a hemi powered limited with the fat fender flares and they fit the body lines like a glove bud. They are the factory pieces that say Jeep on the rears.
 

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Well, I have a hemi powered limited with the fat fender flares and they fit the body lines like a glove bud. They are the factory pieces that say Jeep on the rears.

What type exhaust system are you running Flex ? This is where your supposed to run into trouble running these flaps if you have the factory system if you have a hemi.

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It currently has the stock exhaust. The exhaust doesn't come anywhere near the flaps. Can't even see how it could.
 

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And you still have the resonator at the tail end flex? That's were the problem lays the resonator supposedly melts the flap.

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Yes, still do have it on there. I will take a look when my brother gets back with it and see how close it comes.
 

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I looked at it today. It is about 1 inch away. The resonator didn't seem hot enough to do any harm.
 

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I think maybe I'll have to locate some of these flaps, thanks Flex.


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I would bro. They help keep a lot of crap off the body amd my wheels are outboard an inch more than stock. The system may get hotter in the summer but I will keep an eye on it.
 

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Where did you buy your flaps Flex.

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I bought them from parts village chrysler in Ontario. They were $65 a pair CAD, or about $50 US.
 

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Thanks Flex I'm trying to remember where I saw them 4 sale, I'll have to check Ebay out.

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