Sorry if my response was confusing. I didn’t notice any difference from having the air dam on mpg-wise. Putting bigger tires on is the only thing I’ve noticed to decrease my mpg. If you’ve been considering it I would definitely take the air dam off
I drove almost 100 miles today and did not notice any difference from when I switched to oversized tires. It was 0.2 mpg less than my average but I was doing 72 mph for most of the drive
I just removed my wind dam today and I’m kicking myself for not doing it earlier! Loving the way it looks now plus more clearance in the front because the first hunting trip I took I smacked the wind dam pretty good
Figured I’d throw my hat in the ring! Hopefully we get to see a bunch of nice rigs up here! 2.25” leveling kit with some 285/60r20 Open Country ATIIs and tinted windows. Nothing too wild.
Couldn’t find much on this topic. I have a 2016 Sierra 1500 Denali and was wondering if anyone has had line-x or any type of bed liner sprayed in the wheel wells. My wheel well carpet/fabric (or whatever the factory wheel well liner is made of) loads up on mud and I’m on dirt roads 5 times a week in the winter. I’ve looked at the wheel well inserts but thought line-x would work well if it will stick to the factory liner. Thanks for any input!
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