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Does anyone know where to get new fenderwells(front & back) for a 99 dodge ram 4x4? I love my truck & its black, just got darker tint, black lettered tires, repainted my front & back bumpers black, got taillight covers & painted them black....everything is now black or chrome...except for those ugly light grey sun faded fenderwells. I'd like to get a new set of 4 of them, repaint them jet black & trash the old ones. Can you get them from dodge? How much you think i'd cost? If I cant find new ones, I can take the old ones out, clean them up real good & repaint them...but I'd need new plastic bolt things to hold the fenderwells back in, cause i've heard they break when u take them out.
 

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dodge would have them but i would look else were before i would go to them try e bay
 

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Ebay is a good idea. So is a wrecking yard. But you may find ones that are in the same shape as the ones you have now. But I don't see why you could pull out the old ones and clean them and paint them. Then just buy the plastic screws from either the dealer or from a parts store like napa etc.
 

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If yours are just faded, you can always sand and paint those, unless they are trashed like mine are and they don't sit very tightly in the well.
 

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They are just faded, luckily no cracks or anything. How much you think the plastic screws would cost? Does anyone know what they are called?
 

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Dodge does have them, the front ones were $100+ each, I asked last service, since mine got shattered somehow. I saw some on ebay for ~$50, but the shipping is a killer on anything that large.
 
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