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Mud Flaps - Splash Guards... 2019

Don't care what you call them. Where are they?

Just sent a pair of "guaranteed to fit 2019" back. They do not fit. Contact Husky, Weathertech and someone I forget to find out nothing is made. Nothing on Amazon or Ebay that I find after southing through the lies you read there. People even respond on filament and say thing fit. Think they like to see their comments in print.

Right now I have exhausted my searches for something made to fit my 2019 Crew Cab. 2018 its NOT an option. Now generic is if i wish to drill and just make slabs of rubber fit. Might come to that but for now, got any ideas?

Oh - same can be said for a hood bug deflector. Talked with AVS. Maybe something coming out by October.

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i just installed a set of husky mats. they fit perfect.
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forgot the pics.
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That would be perfect for me. I read and checked on them and they are marked as NOT for the 2019 Ram 2500.

If you have any kind of model number or source I can research to check and/or order, I will do so literally right now. Sure appreciate the help. Think I need add the word, "again".
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i'm checking the box pn's now.. gimme two shakes.

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the box does say for up to 2018. i ordered through amazon and as we know, the vehicle application info is off.. the set of 4 flaps pn is 58176. front and rear pn is 5817 and 5715. hope that helps. just to clarify, i have a 2019 tradesman without any fender flares.

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Mine is the same as yours. I am working to shoot in a 600 yard tourmament tomorrow but need to stop and get on this issue right now.

Amazon is a mess with application mistakes. That's how I ended up sending the set of RedHound flaps back just today. Talked with them and others who said they fit. On the phone today they said they know they do not fit. After you take off that small plastic cover with the two screws and those two clips over the bottom bolts, it looked ok. Only thing was that plastic fender liner is way fatter in a raised section and the flaps just were not going to line up. Otherwise, I would have drilled and made my own fasteners.
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You can see the difference in the recess for the liner. Much wider for 2019 but these have a much smaller recess. They supposedly are up to 2018 but Amazon tricks you as do people you ask. It might have worked had I done a "butcher job" cutting one of the other.

Phooey on that. Will get on the search right now. Thanks.
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you have to remove those factory plastic covers. the flaps do not fit over those trim pieces.

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No.

That picture HAS the trim pieces off. That big hump in the middle is the back of the fender well.

I have been on the phone now twice with Husky. They are suggesting I send them pictures of my liner and underneath. They do not know of the two "studs" that hold that trim piece on at the bottom. Mine does NOT have a bottom screw. It has two "studs" that have that trim piece clipped into. Wondering if you have or had a bottom screw as shown in the directions. I do not.

Think it's possible Ram made a change during 2019 production?

Mine was built in July. Here's what is under the front that shows the two studs instead of a bottom screw. This is the bottom of my trim piece that is removed in the other picture. No screw but two bolts (studs) with a fixed gap that two plastic pieces on that trim slip over to hold the bottom. No screw. All that other plastic in the picture posted above is just the one-piece fender liner.

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yup, i have those two screws, but the trim piece is held on with those clips, as you've seen.
the redhound flaps above, do not look anything like the fender molding area that the husky
versions have.

i had to pull those clips out after i removed the trim pieces.

my truck was also built in july.

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here are a few closer pics. the 1st one is looking straight up and behind the front driver side flap. you can see the holes that held the push clips for the factory trim.
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OK. That may explain it then. The RedHound ones are not made the same. Evidently your Husky ones either do not have a slot cut to fit that fat fender liner, mount below that fat thing, don't go over past it or something like that.

From the first picture you can see those were designed to be screwed into a hole you made in the fender flare back inside the wheel well.

Well you are making sense to me now. I will wait until Husky responds or at least sometime Monday and then order. Hate to order from Amazon with the clear warnings that they will not fit after returning the others that told me they would fit.

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Those pictures are with a thousand words. Get it now. The fender liner is really not a factor as they are below it.
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