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I bought the Husky’s for fender flares, the fit was terrible! There was almost a .25” gap from the outside edge of the flare to the molded edge of the splash guard. **** poor fit.
I contacted and emailed back and forth with an application engineer. According the the fellow, the splash guards were designed around the Rebel. He test fitted a set on a Laramie trim truck and commented how the guards were not flush as they should be.
Bottom line is, I sent the Husky’s back. This past Friday I installed a set of Weathertech’s inabiut 40 minutes. They fit very very nice.
I went with Mopar accessory mudflaps (for trucks with factory flares) on my 19 Rebel. Available for both trucks with and without factory flares. Ordered from Amazon. Fit like a glove ! No gaps and include 2 sided adhesive tape so they lay tight to flares. Well designed and plenty of screws and plastic rivets hold each of them firmly in place. I had replaced my Rebel factory alloys with Fuel Hardline 18x9 wheels with +1 offset with original 33" Duratracks and needed to trim front mudflaps on inner side about 3" so tires wouldn't rub. (No rubbing until mudflaps were added) Flares are double wall design so doesn't affect outward appearance. Tires are out about 1" more than stock wheels. Lines up perfect with mudflaps, factory flares, and factory ordered running board. Factory wheels/tires wouldn't require trimming I assume. Aftermarket offset and 1" wider wheel causes rub issue on mudflap. See pics below. Hope this helps with your decision. I was impressed with fit and finish of Mopar flaps and keeps truck much cleaner.