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Old 02-22-2019, 01:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
justinooo9
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partial belly cover benefits?

So with the winter/snow an air dam wont work currently (summer is coming though) Anyone with pickups have you tried running coroplast with some light bracking from say the bottom of front bumper to diy backets on front axel.

Any benefit?

I attached a paint png file. Just curious if it was even worth trying out from other pickup users?

Currently loving tonneau cover and excited to find a spare front bumper to build an air dam similar to a user on here. (takes 5 minutes to swap front bumpers on superduty) and keeps my powdercoated current one looking nice without drilling holes. the only drawback it would probably be hourglass shaped to accommodate turns with the insides of the tires to prevent rubbing.



Ps sorry mods I didn't put it in the aerodynamics section if possible please move it.

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