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Please excuse the ****ty pics from cell phone. I think Rickster posted this spoiler before, but these have been painted to color match. Before, my wife and I where unsure if we liked, on second look we've decided that we do like it. Let me know what you guys think.










 

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Please excuse the ****ty pics from cell phone. I think Rickster posted this spoiler before, but these have been painted to color match. Before, my wife and I where unsure if we liked, on second look we've decided that we do like it. Let me know what you guys think.
melmsrt4 - where did you get the spoilers and how are they installed

:Banana01: I think the spoilers look great, could use better angle of pictures:pepper:
 

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Here's the thread where Rickster brought them up:

http://www.nitroforumz.com/showthread.php?t=1170

The ones I saw and posted pics of is the #DAS-FG-075. I saw them at Carl Burger Dodge in San Diego. My wife and I finally road tested an R/T. I'll start another thread to talk about how that went. If I revisit the dealer, let me know what other angle to take pics from and I'll try to shot them. Since the dealership is about 70 miles away it will probably be a few weeks, but I'll do my best. As far as installation, I think I remember the dealer saying it was 3M stick tape and that it could be easily removed, but I did grab it before and pulled on it a little bit and it didn't seem to give. That's what I know for now. Hope that helps.
 

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I have the one from the Mopar accessories for Nitros , It does help keep the rear window cleaner, enough to see out of without having to use the wiper all the time.Does add a touch of class also & I think the painted to match one looks pretty sharp.Just read their warranty if you use the 3m tape only no warranty it's only good if taped drilled & screwed.
 

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Just got my rear wind deflector today. Looks like it will take drilling into the body, the using the supplied hardware.
Also, when you get them from Dodge they are a dark tinted color, but able to be painted if needed.
I am going to leave mine just as tented, since my R/T is Black. If it looks bad I will take it back off and paint it.
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