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Recommended body protection for 2021 Dodge Challenger R/T 392 SPWB?

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The SPWB Challengers kick up debris and rocks (Wide Tires) that cause paint damage and scratches. What accessories are recommended by brand name to protect SPWB from getting paint chips?
 

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I haven’t got a wide body (car), but I noticed an improvement over the cleanliness of the sides and rear quarters of my Scat Pack after installing the Mopar mud flaps. I don’t know if they are available for the wide bodies, so perhaps you can look into applying a clear film that protects the finish in the worst spots, similar to the film used in invisible bras on cars. From what I’ve heard, that material is pretty durable and virtually invisible.
 

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I haven’t got a wide body (car), but I noticed an improvement over the cleanliness of the sides and rear quarters of my Scat Pack after installing the Mopar mud flaps. I don’t know if they are available for the wide bodies, so perhaps you can look into applying a clear film that protects the finish in the worst spots, similar to the film used in invisible bras on cars. From what I’ve heard, that material is pretty durable and virtually invisible.

Mud flaps and PPF was going to be my suggestion too. (y)

The front of my KL has XPEL on it, and I have rally armor mud flaps, which funny to see on a Trailhawk, works well, and are flexible enough to not cause issues.
 

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Aside from keeping your vehicle cleaner, mudflaps are also a courtesy to other drivers. When I was running with the Subie crowd, they mitigated the threat of damage to cars behind them while tooling down off-road trails. And on the road, they keep rocks from getting thrown up at other driver's windshields.
 

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