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Old 03-14-2016, 03:02 PM   #21 (permalink)
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UPDATED -- So I finally got the L-brackets and saved the money to buy some lawn edging after losing my second job, I got the new lower air dam installed and I like the way it looks, however I need to add some filler to offset the contour of the lower part of the bumper, I have it about 1.25 inches off the ground with me in it, 20% of my drive it will scrape, but that number goes to about 60% with the rest of my family in the car, so I am debating on letting it just wear off the lower lip or cut it off for another 3/4" of clearance.

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I think that is too low, try for 2 inches of ground clearance.
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