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Just a quick question for everyone. Is there such thing as a wheel well liner offered for the srt-10's? I purchased a set from my local dealer and installed them on my 03 Dodge Ram 1500. They did a great job of keep all the road crud, salt, dirt, etc from making its way around the fuel tank, misc electrical harnesses and the underbody. I was just curious if I could purchase the same thing for my 05 Ram SRT-10 to keep things as clean underneath my truck as the rest of the truck. Thanks for any suggestions you might have!! :gr_patrio
 

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Honestly, I think the same wheel well liners that work in all of the other 3rd Gens should fit the SRT10 just fine.
 

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Hummm, I may have to pick a set up at the local dealer and take them out to the truck and see if they will work. I had checked the ramtrucktoys.com website and they said specifically at the bottom of the item that they were not for the srt-10's. I will try it and let everyone know. It would be great to have something back there that will prevent all the road grim from working its way under the truck bed and structure. :rck:
 

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VAV,
Did you find some liners that will work? What year is your truck? I have an 06 QC SRT 10 and would like the liners as well, but I heard they won't fit. I know the 06's have a different bed (2500) and wondered what you came up with.
 

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I havent got a chance to make it up to my local dealer to try and fit the regular ram rear wheel liners into my 05 srt-10 reg. cab. I will keep you posted when I get a chance to try them out. Im keeping my fingers crossed because i can already see the road grime starting to accumulate around the frame, bed, etc. Let me know if you find any info. Thanks
 

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05Laramie said:
VAV,
Did you find some liners that will work? What year is your truck? I have an 06 QC SRT 10 and would like the liners as well, but I heard they won't fit. I know the 06's have a different bed (2500) and wondered what you came up with.
There is a difference between the 1500 and 2500 bed?
 

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Three inches or so longer for the 2500 I believe.
are you talking about 4 door short beds compared to 2 door short beds?
 

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Sorry to not give you guys a good answer, but when I was looking for a bedrug for my 06 SRT-10 QC I found that the bed was the same as a 2500-3500 bed, not the 1500 bed. So apparantly there is a difference in length. But I can't tell you all the different bed sizes, 'cause I don't know.
 

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Liners for an 02-05 will fit any 04-05 SRT-10. Some trimming is required to make them fit but they will fit. 06 guys you are on your own unless they have new liners out for the 2500 and 3500 beds then I would assume you could just trim those to fit the 06 models.
 

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They'll work. I have a 2006 RC SRT-10, and I bought the liners (the only ones mopar makes, in fact) that said "not for use on dual-wheel or SRT-10." Anyway, they fit without modification. They only have two mounting holes (front and rear in the wheel well opening), and the SRT-10 has three screws front and rear. Just ignore the top hole (don't even remove the screw) front and rear, since it only holds on some of the side molding, and bolt 'em in. The three holes on the frame in back of the wheel are predrilled and fit perfectly. The guys at mopar told me that if there is any possiblilty of someone having a problem installing a mopar accessory part, they just say it won't fit, and then don't have to worry about returns, etc. I guess they figured the difference in the number of screw holes would throw people off, but just ignore it and go. It sure makes the truck look a lot better, not to mention the cleanliness issue. There are no clearance issues.
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I have a set on my 05 RC but drilled out the two top holes and put the speed clip on the plastic rather than the metal.I also had to trim some plastic as it was awfully close to the tire and looked like it could rub if turbulance under the truck was produced no biggie. Yes they do clean up the well liners alot.
 

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howdy,
just wanted to thank ya'll for all the good info. just installed my rear wheel well liners today. went with the "use all 3 bolt hole method," a bit cleaner install. there was clearance between both wheels, closer on the right cause the axle don't sit square with the frame.
This is an '05 reg. cab with Ground Force lowerin kit installed. Besides makin it look way better also made it look even lower in the ass end.

thanks again,
ZCx
 

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I'm also shopping for a set of liners for my '04 1500 Laramie QC SB 2WD, and I see that there are 3 different part numbers:

  • #82207367 is for "Dodge Ram 1500 Base"
  • #82207367-B is for "Dodge Ram 1500 SLT 2500 3500 4x4"
  • #82207367-C is for "Dodge Ram 1500 SLT/Laramie 2500/3500"
This leaves me wondering about the difference between the #82207367 and #82207367-C, i.e which is the correct part number for my application.

Can anybody clarify this?
 

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howdy,
just an update on the rear wheel liners on the SRT-10. there is rubbage from corning. heavier on the right side. i be workin on a panhard bar to keep the body to chassis movement to a bare minimum.
also in the directions that came with my liners there was no mention of "not for SRT-10". just the duelly. so warranty maybe???

ZCx
 

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There should be no rear wheel rubbing during cornering unless you are really lowered..
Heck, I was lowered with the rear liners and never had a rubbing issue..
Are you running wider rubber?
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ground force lowerin kit, 1/2. stock tires & wheels. might be my cornin & your cornin might be 2 different cornins.
went to the first year of the SRT Track Experience. these big *******s can eat up some twisty bits. might be old age settin in but been likeing road course more & more here lately. lasts longer ya know than just goin straight

ZCx
 
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