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I did add couple fender ones I found on net on my old D (2013) - but now have a 2019 rt and was wondering if anyone has done this and if I should or shoulde not do it?
 

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me personally I don't prefer adding any additional emblems, my biggest pet peeve Is when v6 or 5.7 hemi challenger guys put hellcat badges on them. If anything I rather take emblems off for a clean polished look
 

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A friend of mine put HEMI badges on his 2014 R/T and they look good. I've considered putting 345 HEMI badges on my '17 R/T and maybe a R/T badge to the front grill.

I don't see an issue with a little customization to make the vehicle your own as long as you don't up-badge.
 

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Are you going with just "Hemi" or "Hemi 5.7 Liter" or "345 Hemi" or something else? There's different color combinations + chrome, etc.

Do whatever you think works for you! There's always going to be the "DeBadge" vs "Extra Badge" camps with their different opinions. It's your vehicle.

Hell I'm going to add these "Hemi 5.7 Liter" badges to the front fenders on my Black 2008 Limited. I think it'll look pretty good and be similar to Ram badging.

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Are you going with just "Hemi" or "Hemi 5.7 Liter" or "345 Hemi" or something else? There's different color combinations + chrome, etc.

Do whatever you think works for you! There's always going to be the "DeBadge" vs "Extra Badge" camps with their different opinions. It's your vehicle.

Hell I'm going to add these "Hemi 5.7 Liter" badges to the front fenders on my Black 2008 Limited. I think it'll look pretty good and be similar to Ram badging.

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These look awesome! Where did you find them?
 

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These look awesome! Where did you find them?
I got them off Amazon. $22.99/pair

 

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Are you going with just "Hemi" or "Hemi 5.7 Liter" or "345 Hemi" or something else? There's different color combinations + chrome, etc.

Do whatever you think works for you! There's always going to be the "DeBadge" vs "Extra Badge" camps with their different opinions. It's your vehicle.

Hell I'm going to add these "Hemi 5.7 Liter" badges to the front fenders on my Black 2008 Limited. I think it'll look pretty good and be similar to Ram badging.

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I thought this thread was is in reference to the new Hemi badges on the 2020 Durangos (pictured below) but I’m not sure. Since these are actually on the Durango now I wouldn’t put other aftermarket types, I’d only go with those, personally.

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I thought this thread was is in reference to the new Hemi badges on the 2020 Durangos (pictured below) but I’m not sure. Since these are actually on the Durango now I wouldn’t put other aftermarket types, I’d only go with those, personally.

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I agree.. like the 2020 DD badges. the ones off net were good too but Im going to look into these.
 

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I own a black 2019 DD RT. I wanted to add "HEMI" badges, but preferred a subtle SRT look without up-badging. So, I added black-outlined, red "HEMI" badges (non-italic) to the front quarter panels in the exact location as the SRT "392," These badges, along with red MGP caliper covers give the car a more aggressive look without up-badging. And, it's not usually mistaken for an SRT because I prefer the OEM RT satin carbon wheels over all black wheels. See my post Jan 2020 under 2014+ discussions "2019 Dodge Durango "RTS" for additional modifications.
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Thanks on info.. looks like mine. I have black with same wheels. I'll find your post and read it.
 
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