Internet Is a Frenzy on Yellow Splitter Guards on Dodge Muscle Cars

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You can leave your splitter guards on if you really want to

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While there is much debate over whether you should keep the splitter guards on, some Dodge owners just prefer the way they look. While the design chief at Dodge has spoken out about his personal feelings regarding the trend, many owners have chosen to keep theirs on, and likely will continue to do so. Leaving the splitter guards on can damage the paint underneath, and potentially cause damage to another vehicle if it detaches from the car’s front end on the highway — which, has happened, but it isn’t illegal to keep them on the vehicle.

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