Mopar Mud Flaps - should they really be off kilter like this?

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I installed the Mopar mud flaps, the rear ones do not line up straight with the wheels/body. See attached pic.
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I installed the Mopar mud flaps, the rear ones do not line up straight with the wheels/body. See attached pic.
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mine is like that as well, I actually anticipated this and tried to drill my holes slightly off to straighten it out
 

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that doesn’t help because you have to take the photo from straight on behind the Jeep to see it.
Perhaps, but I am not going outside to take any more photos.
 
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