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I suggested someone start a Collective Thread where we could post articles or links to Accessories for the new 2014 Durango -- so I guess I'm it.
Ordered this cargo area mat from CARiD.com Not particularly weather proof, but I like the look if one solid cargo floor area (we only use the third row seats occasionally so its no big deal to roll back). The mat is a really nice quality.

Had to have a me a little mopar. The logo stitching quality and color came out great.
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I suggested someone start a Collective Thread where we could post articles or links to Accessories for the new 2014 Durango --

I put these chrome handle covers on a Santa Fe 6 years ago and they are still solid as the first day I put them on, so I took a shot on the Durango. I think they look great. I picked them up on ebay...wound up getting shipped from China (seller was corseautosports). If anyone has any interest in adding these, I would suggest only putting them on if they have the 3M automotive adhesive tape. Both these and the ones I applied years ago did.
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Re: Post 2014 Durango Accessories Here!

Both are nice finds!
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I put these chrome handle covers on a Santa Fe 6 years ago and they are still solid as the first day I put them on, so I took a shot on the Durango. I think they look great. I picked them up on ebay...wound up getting shipped from China (seller was corseautosports). If anyone has any interest in adding these, I would suggest only putting them on if they have the 3M automotive adhesive tape. Both these and the ones I applied years ago did.
Do these hold up well against scratches?
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Do these hold up well against scratches?

They have...and the finish has remained consistantly shiny. There are some small scratches on them buy you can only really see it if you get within 6 inches or so. Here is a pic of one of the Santa Fe handle covers I applied in 2008. I took the pic in my garage so it looks a bit darker but its the lighting.
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Ski rack!

It's about that time of year in the NJ area, where we wax up our skis so we can "skate" on "packed powder" (read: ICE) that is typical of the NJ area.

The factory Durango side rails are solid, so any carrier that you may want needs to be mounted to the cross rails.

Anyway, I considered the "Mopar" ski rack, which is a Thule 91725. I've heard good things about the carrier, but found out there is newer model that has an extra "pull out" feature, the Thule 92726.

I purchased the 92726, and did a test install and I like it. Appears to be high quality, there are separate locks to keep the skis in the carrier, and locks to keep the carrier on the rails.

With the D's roofline being as high as it is (and myself being slightly vertically challenged), I figured the slide out feature is worth it.
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Ski rack!

It's about that time of year in the NJ area, where we wax up our skis so we can "skate" on "packed powder" (read: ICE) that is typical of the NJ area.

The factory Durango side rails are solid, so any carrier that you may want needs to be mounted to the cross rails.

Anyway, I considered the "Mopar" ski rack, which is a Thule 91725. I've heard good things about the carrier, but found out there is newer model that has an extra "pull out" feature, the Thule 92726.

I purchased the 92726, and did a test install and I like it. Appears to be high quality, there are separate locks to keep the skis in the carrier, and locks to keep the carrier on the rails.

With the D's roofline being as high as it is (and myself being slightly vertically challenged), I figured the slide out feature is worth it.
Thule makes great stuff!!

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Not specifically Durango, but I keep looking at these for ease of loading onto the roof, or just for car washing

Tons to choose from:
Hitch Step Accessory Step | etrailer.com

and the tire step:
HitchMate TireStep Adjustable Step for SUVs, RVs and Light Trucks - 22" x 10" - 400 lbs Heininger Holdings Accessory Step HE4040
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Yes, I'm finding a similar result. But the bigger question for me is "How do we know what really fits the 2014 Durango?" For example, does Part Number 82212021AB -- Splash Guards -- really look like this, as shown at Official Mopare Parts Website -- and do they fit the 2014?



I like this look, with the DODGE letters. But when I search elsewhere, I get all kinds of different photos. The cheapest I found them is here, for a bit over $30 a set:
Deluxe Molded Splash Guards. DODGE WD75 (2001 - 2013) # 82212021AB, 82212021

But I did not add in Shipping.
I can't confirm the part number but they look like what the dealer installed for me. My price was free but that was through Century Dodge, who have been no less than awesome.

Note that they all aren't stamped with DODGE. I think it's only the rears. I love them. I do think it's the same model/fit as the 2013 Durango. Century had them in stock and I'm certain they weren't stocking specific 2014 accessories early since I drove out with their first 2014 (and have yet to see another 2014 on the road!!!)
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That's an idea. I may have to go to the Parts Counter and ask to see them. I like the squared-off look. Not a rounded bottom.
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Here's one my family members received a Christmas ago, and all seem to really like:
The Drop Stop.

It's a soft bolster that fits over the seat belt release and snugs between the seat cushion and center console. It keeps debris, keys, coins, etc, from falling into one of the most inaccessible areas in your SUV.

Original Drop Stop® Car Wedge - Amazing New Car Invention!

Amazon.com: Drop Stop - The Original Patented Car Seat Gap Filler: Automotive

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