Keeping fenders clean?

Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger Cleaning and Detailing Forum' started by GoFast, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. GoFast

    GoFast Active Member

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    Any one have any suggestions for aftermarket rock guards/mud flaps that don't require drilling holes?

    I have a White Scat pack and every time I drive anywhere there is black road grip on my front and rear Fenders. I have also heard people talking about rock chips on the fenders from this. I was looking online but there are so many.

    I want something that comes up into the wheel well and is low profile. Not interested in fender flares. Only if I was to go with a wider tire and I'm not going to buy new tires just for that.

    There is a set online that seems to be popular, but despite the positive reviews there are a few negative reviews also. Anyone ever use these?

    https://zl1addons.com/collections/d.../products/dodge-challenger-deluxe-rock-guards

    They look good but I'm wondering how practical they are.
     
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    I'd love for someone to have some input here. Im having the same issue so I was looking for the same thing
     
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    IntimidatorRT Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderator

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    i have the mud guards on front and rear of my challenger. they really dont take away from the looks of it.
     
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    Factory or aftermarket?
     
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    Factory mud guards


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    I have the molded ones on mine
     
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    I have a 'Bright White' challenger and have experienced no issues with debris being kicked rearward. Depends on the roads you drive. Naturally, when it rains more sediments will be present on the roadways; like oil, gas, road grime, tar, etc. I never take out my Challenger in the rain or any inclement weather. If you're a daily driver encountering difficult roads, I would recommend mud or rock flaps, cheap enough.