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Old 08-21-2012, 07:40 PM   #1
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JLT / Truecarbon splash guards

I was kind of shocked with the lack of good-looking splash guards. With the offset of my new rims especially, lots of crap gets kicked up into the car. So, guards were called for.

I was able to re-use the TPMS sensors from the stock rims, so I returned those to AM and funded these.

http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/...ear_splash.jpg

http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/...ont_splash.jpg

JLT in the front, Truecarbon in the rear, perfect match. Easy to install using existing fasteners, no holes to drill.

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Re: JLT / Truecarbon splash guards

You got these from AM? I think they look good!
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Can i see a pic of the whole car? Im pretty interested in gettin these but i dont wanna look like a subaru haha
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I'd like em better if they weren't carbon fiber.
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I'd like em better if they weren't carbon fiber.
I agree, I would like to find all 4 in flat black.
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Old 08-24-2012, 05:29 AM   #6
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You got these from AM? I think they look good!
No, direct from JLT.

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I agree, I would like to find all 4 in flat black.
They are paintable, but you may as well not get carbon fiber if you don't care for the look.

I liked the less expensive GT500 guards, but they were rear-only.

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Can i see a pic of the whole car? Im pretty interested in gettin these but i dont wanna look like a subaru haha
I don't have a whole-car pic right now with the guards on yet. Understand that we don't want to look like Subaru's ... I was worried about having a Ricer look but once installed I think they look good.
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Alright well grab a pic of the whole car this weekend and show it bud, i like the carbon fiber honestly.
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Alright well grab a pic of the whole car this weekend and show it bud, i like the carbon fiber honestly.
Will do!
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Old 08-24-2012, 07:11 PM   #9
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I think I like it too... Detail touch that's not too over the top.
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Alright well grab a pic of the whole car this weekend and show it bud, i like the carbon fiber honestly.
Now a great pic ... had to do it in the garage since it's pouring today. Light was not very good.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks, I like them too. Will have to add this on my mod list.
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I like. Kinda hidden but does the job
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That toolbox is awesome!
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That toolbox is awesome!
LOL ... thanks ... still working on filling it ... lots of empty space in there!
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my 2013 came with these from the factory. flat black. looks pretty good actually. keeps the tire shreds from flinging onto the paint during a burnout. lol. jk i dont do burnouts. but that is what i assume. haha.
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I took one guard off my friends 2013, and traced it out onto some plastic for my 2012. Can't really tell the difference... Lol saved me some $$$.
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Now a great pic ... had to do it in the garage since it's pouring today. Light was not very good.

Hope this helps.

http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/...7/IMG_3991.jpg
I really like these mud flaps mmike87! They're a pretty cool way to keep the those rooster tails of dirty going up the sides of the car. I'd like to get these available on our AM site. Thanks for sharing!

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I really like these mud flaps mmike87! They're a pretty cool way to keep the those rooster tails of dirty going up the sides of the car. I'd like to get these available on our AM site. Thanks for sharing!

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