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So the under body splash guard finally took a crap and ripped apart. I'm planning to buy a replacement from moparpartsamerica.

But when I pulled it out, I noticed that there are extra parts to the splash guard that seem to direct air to the brakes, and during the highway tearing process one of them broke off. I'm afraid of ordering the replacement part only to find out I'm missing those air dams.

Anyone here know if they come with them or not? Or do I have to order them separate.


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Edit: I've also searched and found no info.
 

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Mine ripped off awhile back. My air dams are in storage until I finally replace the underbelly. I always wondered what those air dams were for. Brakes makes sense. But what ripped the damn thing off was those parking space cinderblock bumpers.
 

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I just had mine replaced last week only here they replaced the whole front clip insurance said it was all one piece so wth.. i paid my deductible and its looking sweet again..
 

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Mine ripped off awhile back. My air dams are in storage until I finally replace the underbelly. I always wondered what those air dams were for. Brakes makes sense. But what ripped the damn thing off was those parking space cinderblock bumpers.
I hate those parking blocks. I try to stay far away from them when I have to park by them.
 

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Bump I'd like to know the cost too.

Had my last one replaced at the body shop with insurance (State Farm) and they wanted to double my rate as for them scraping a parking block is a reportable accident. Don't know if Geico would be the same but I know I can install it myself and would rather just not find out.
 

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I broke mine the first week I had the car. It was scraping on the freeway and disintegrated. I drilled holes in the guard and connected zip ties. Pretty lame, but it kept it on there. I got a quote of $200 for the part from the dealer and 1 hour of labor ($100). It was cheaper online, but with shipping, it was close. Haven't fixed it yet, but it's coming.
 

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Just replaced my 2nd belly pan :shakehead: $300 all in.

I think I need to do what Gix1300r did.
 

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Just replaced my 2nd belly pan :shakehead: $300 all in.

I think I need to do what Gix1300r did.
yeah you guys could save a pretty penny. buy the sheet metal and some metal snips....or if you have a grinder, and cutting wheel its even easier. That and a drill, you got yoursel a home made bellypan:TU:
 

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Just paid 250.00 parts and labor at the dealer. They said it was a good idea not to drive in the rain without it. It helps keep water out off the engine compartment.
 

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I bought mine for $162 and I will do the install myself.
 

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$250-$300 for parts and install??? Sheez! You can build it cheaper, better, & stronger, out of metal for that much...
 

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If your not able to build your own you can buy it online I paid $162 total like I said before and I just bought the inner fenders for $34 each including shipping. Install is not hard at all you just have to set aside some time to do it right. Good luck everyone!!!
 

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I just bought my second one of these. The first time i needed one, i went to the dealership and it cost me around 300. this time i got the part online for around 170 with shipping and i will do it myself. I will be backing into all parking spaces from now on. What a stupid thing to have to waste so much money on. When i think of the mods i could have done with this money it makes me sick.
 

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Bellypan replacement

I was wondering where can one buy the sheet metal belly pan,looking all over haven't found it thanks.:TU:
 
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Mine broke off during the winter after i hit some black ice and ran into a snow bank. I reordered them at MoparsuperCenter online. There are two pieces.

The first is the Front Belly Fascia that comes with the air dams. This connects to the front bumper PN 5029908AC.

Next is the rear belly pan which connects to the fascia belly pan PN 4806074AH.

I kept all the clips since these do not come with them. You may able to get generic clips or most have used black locking ties. Good luck!!
 
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