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So will the splash guards fit our 15 HAs?
I'm going by the dealership today to order the two parts so I'll report back when I get them!

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I was curious about the 2016's available accessories so I plugged a 2016 Summit VIN into the mopar site, apparently they're making splash guards for the 2016 summits along with tow hooks that don't require cutting. Should be fairly easy to get ahold of the fascia part?



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82214084 Front

82214085 Rear



Pictures of towhooks on summit from mopar preview




Nice find, I look forward to what the dealership tells you.


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Old 02-13-2016, 11:00 AM
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A couple of random pictures after a bath yesterday. I will be installing my new suspension links sometime next week thanks to JTS97Z28, can't wait.

Damn, looks good. You aren't too far from me, I'm in Tampa area.
You going to black out that trim on the lower grill/lip ?
I got James making me the custom links as well. Can't wait to see how they look in conjunction with spacers. Overall should be the most cost effective option to fill up the wheel well gaps and improve the stance.
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Damn, looks good. You aren't too far from me, I'm in Tampa area.
You going to black out that trim on the lower grill/lip ?
I got James making me the custom links as well. Can't wait to see how they look in conjunction with spacers. Overall should be the most cost effective option to fill up the wheel well gaps and improve the stance.
Thank you. Yeah I'm right by Sarasota. I want to vinyl trim the lower chrome pieces yes. If I can find someone who knows how to do it properly. I can't wait to get those links on. I think it's going to look pretty sweet with the spacers. If your down this way let me know and we'll get together.
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Thank you. Yeah I'm right by Sarasota. I want to vinyl trim the lower chrome pieces yes. If I can find someone who knows how to do it properly. I can't wait to get those links on. I think it's going to look pretty sweet with the spacers. If your down this way let me know and we'll get together.
Yeah it's gonna look amazing. I promise those links will be made and sent same day I receive them if I can. They will be here Monday. Im excited to see it with the spacers on there. My spacers are taking forever to ship. I ordered them back on the 3rd and still waiting for shipping info. They said they are manufacturing them now. I get antsy
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Finally got out to the Oregon coast to play in the sand a little.

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I can now report back with confidence that the new part #s do in fact fit our HA's and the Summits perfectly! The look will take some getting used to for me personally but I like it! I'll post a howto if anyone is interested but it's not really needed. Fair warning though, the front guards DO require drilling. Obligatory pictures below.




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I can now report back with confidence that the new part #s do in fact fit our HA's and the Summits perfectly! The look will take some getting used to for me personally but I like it! I'll post a howto if anyone is interested but it's not really needed. Fair warning though, the front guards DO require drilling. Obligatory pictures below.





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The parts guys were less than helpful with that (big surprise). They said since they don't have the parts manual yet I would need to provide a VIN that has the tow hooks on it to get that part. Otherwise it's just a big jumble of part #s I'll go back next week to annoy the guy I actually like since he's been on vacation.
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Re: 2015 High Altitude Owners Thread

You are the one to follow for doing the right things to a beautiful ride. I have the Husky Liners Mud Guards but I think I like your Mopar mud guards better. I guess I will just eat the expense and order the same as yours. Have you done anything to improve or replace the factory fog lamp bulbs. I want whiter and brighter. There are lots of posts about different LED or HID bulbs but I am not sure who to believe. Incidentally, I don't like the chrome lug nuts on the black wheels and ordered Gorilla Black Chrome lug nuts for my White High Altitude. If you like, I will post pics after I get them on Tuesday. I've also put on the Weathertech Side Window Deflectors. I think they look great and allow me to open the window an inch or two even in the pouring rain.
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Hey everyone, this is my first post and I would like to show my new GC High Altitude. I am coming form a BMW 328xi coupe M-sport to something bigger and higher. It feels different but I am loving it so much.


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Looks great @NJ KRISH!
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