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There was also another place that I spoke with in Texas but I can't find their info.
Most of the places that I found were just regular dealerships that sell for less over the internet. The two places that I called had the molded guards, but I kind of had to talk them through finding them (by continuing to tell them that I knew they were out there cause I had the picture catalogue). Then, when I went to my dealer to get them, I did notice that they were not listed with the flat guards for the T&C, they were listed somewhere else in the book (1 or 2 pages back if I recall).
I didn't look back to see, but if that part number that you don't see anywhere is the part number that I gave for mine, they certainly fit. I would take pictures to show you but I don't have any film right now.
My only warning with them, if it matters to you, is not to put them on a light colored van. Mine is steel blue -- dark enough so that the front ones look close in color to the black ones in the back. If a van is white/gold or some other light color, it will really be noticable that the back guards are a bit out of place (cause the front guards would be light and the rear guards would be black).
Some people may not even care because they do what they're supposed to -- they help keep dirt off the lower rear of the van. But, until D-C comes out with the body colored ones (and who knows when/if that will be?) they do fit and work well enough for what they do. This color issue may not matter to others.
That part number that I gave was straight off of the box that the guards came in.
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