Yep. Mine also still look like new after two Michigan winters. Quality powder coat on aluminum should hold up a long time.
Seems to me that someone had this problem with the nineteens pretty early on (you might want to read through the thread) and that the manufacturer was going to change the design to fit better. In any event you ought to complain to them. For the price these should fit, and if not you should get your money back.hey guys i need help asap! i just purchased my mgp custom caliper cover for my chrysler 200 but after installing them, its hard to put on my rims because it has a very close contact and kinda scratches them when the wheels are spining around. my mechanic tucked me out of it and said they are not good but i dont wanna return them :'( i prefer that than painting my calipers.. can anyone walk me through how they got theirs done with no issues? i have the 2016 200s with the 19 gloss rims. thanks
..and to make it quieter - all that foam underneath. I took mine off. Only reason is because I had 2 coils go out before 60K miles, so I figured maybe the cover is holding in heat...It's also just a "fake" surface whose only purpose is to make the engine look better.
Here is a full shot of my 200. Also to answer some questions, these caliper covers do act as a heatsink and actually draw off a little heat from your brake calipers. Another thing is they grearly reduce the amount of break pad dust you get on your rims and tires without getting themselves dirty as well.
elaborate pls...i know nothing about cars.....and to make it quieter - all that foam underneath. I took mine off. Only reason is because I had 2 coils go out before 60K miles, so I figured maybe the cover is holding in heat...
I hear what you are sayin'. It's all a matter of personal preference/visual modification and $$.