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    Default Lower Air Dam Question

    I am thinking of taking of that plastic lower air dam. I was wondering if there are negative effects in doing so. Any thoughts one way or another?

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    Take it off, it looks 10 times better without it, and it makes no difference to the truck mechanically. I've had mine off my '05 for quite a while now and I know a lot of the NNBS guys on here have taken theirs off too.
    Adam


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    have had mine off for some time now ... no problems

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    Just do it! Took mine off and love the way it looks.

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    I've had mine off my '05 since new with no issues.

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    Take it off,the truck looks better without it.
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    Thanks for the reply gentlemen. Takin it off this weekend!

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    Real easy mod -1 bolt on each side then clips along the front that you pry off.Take some before and after pics and post them.

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    X2 on what BigB said. Super easy and if you dont like it, well it take about 3 minutes to put it back but how can you not like instant 4" lift???

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    Well what it does is give you more front end down force when driving for better handling at speeds above 120 MPH.. What does that mean to a 5000LBS Truck? Nothing...
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