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Challenger Vent Stripes

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by SummitSignsandmore, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    Does anyone know how wide these stripes are from factory and what the spacing is in between??
     

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  2. TintTech

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    Why dont you call the dealership and ask them. Im pretty sure their service dept should know. Sometimes they dont help you out at all so call around other dealers.
     
  3. WrapperX

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    These come directly from the manufactourers (sp?) They charge exuberant prices for them but the dealerships probably don't care about that so much. They don't make a whole lot of money off of them since they are already priced so high.

    I would call the dealership.
     
  4. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    Thanks guys.. That was my intentions. I will just stop by my local dealership and get a few measurement.
     
  5. TerryStolmeier

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    Part info

    These stripes are available on the 2009 and 2010 Challanger, but not on the 2011.

    The part numbers will vary depending on the original paint code, but the are either:

    1LW72GS4AA (right) and 1LW73GS4AA (left) (silver)
    or
    1LW72RXFAA (right) and 1LW73RXFAA (left) (Black)

    I've reviewed both the service documents and the parts catalog and neither have the information you are looking for (I have access to the same factory information dealerships do). Short of buying a set of decals, your best bet would be to walk the dealers lot with a tape measure and a note pad.

    Good luck!
     
  6. natedawg9640

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    hop in the car and drive to the dealership with a ruler. I do that quite often and havne't been run off yet.
     
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