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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    some more pics
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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Quote Originally Posted by TSS View Post
    Do tell - I want silver - PM me if you have reason to believe there might be a set at that price. Thanks.
    GM sells them color matched but they will run about $250-$300 installed.
    If you do order them, they come as front set, rear set with each set running about $70. $140 parts + install of $100.
    $ is high but you know you have good color match, for whatever that is worth.

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Part #'s
    rear set silver 12499476, front silver 19165823

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Quote Originally Posted by tony1971 View Post
    Here are some pics of the GM painted mud guards. I like tire gloss, but not on my paint! These work & look great in my opinion.
    You are using the wrong tire gloss if it's flinging down the side of your car/truck.

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    No deals on silver yet.

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Quote Originally Posted by 2spaces View Post
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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    I also just took delivery of a 2007 new Escalade EXT Black. Found out that I need the Splash Guards front and rear. What Brand did you find that fit and missed the running boards?

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    I'd rather have a dirty truck than those mudflaps on my Escalade....

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Quote Originally Posted by EscoZito View Post
    I'd rather have a dirty truck than those mudflaps on my Escalade....
    They're not so bad. I could go either way.

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Just wondering if anyone has installed the 6 pc splash guards from E&G classics? thanks
    here's a link http://www.egclassic.com/inventory/item.php?itemid=496

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    Quote Originally Posted by lightweight123 View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has installed the 6 pc splash guards from E&G classics? thanks
    here's a link http://www.egclassic.com/inventory/item.php?itemid=496
    That looks nice! Any prices?

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    the lowest price i've been able to find is $339.38 at http://www.wooddashexperts.com/custo...8&cat=0&page=1

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    I'm torn whether to color-match the splash guards for my wife's Infrared 2009 or just go with black. Anyone have pics of either setup?

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    I have a 2008 (infrared) Red tint coat, with black non painted mud guards. I can post pictures in a minute just have to take some pictures of them.

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    Re: Molded Splash Guard for Escalade

    ^ Sure do appreciate it, teebo!

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