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Old 01-01-2010, 08:53 AM   #28 (permalink)
BamZipPow
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BZP T-100 (2010) - '98 Toyota T-100 ext cab - 3.4L/auto SR5
Last 3: 24 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2011) - '98 Toyota T-100 ext cab - 3.4L/auto SR5
Last 3: 23.66 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2009) - '98 Toyota T-100 ext cab - 3.4L/auto SR5
Last 3: 19.01 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2012) - '98 Toyota T-100 ext cab - 3.4L/auto SR5
Last 3: 25.45 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2013) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
Last 3: 25.79 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2014) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
Last 3: 23.18 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2015) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
Last 3: 23.85 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2016) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
Last 3: 17.62 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2017) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
90 day: 20.78 mpg (US)

BZP T-100 (2018) - '98 Toyota T-100 SR5
90 day: 20.19 mpg (US)

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Originally Posted by Dave's Civic Duty View Post
BamZip, I like the air dam extension that you modified, around here, that be a snow pusher! Really nice job, what did you use?

Dave
Thanks Dave! You should read my build threads...

Let's see...
Coroplast, 4mm
1/4"-20 thread all
1/4"-20 "T" nuts (flattened out)
1/4" washers
Schedule 40 1/2" PVC pipe
zipties
shelf brackets
bolts
1"x2" wood
screws

As far as I know...I'm the only T-100 with a dropped and bumped air dam.

Gitting back on the subject...

I used a palm sander with some 1500/2000 grit wet/dry sandpaper to git most of the hard stuff off. The key in using this setup is keeping the surface wet with some soapy water in a spray bottle. I followed this up with some plastic polish on my buffer pad mounted on my drill. Sprayed it with a coat of clear and let that dry. Polished that down and sprayed it again. After that dried...I polished it one more time. Presto!
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