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post #1 of 5 Old 09-08-2011, 07:40 AM Thread Starter
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What are the options with this thing? I'm not a fan but just looking at it quickly looks like if I remove it, it will look worse with the brackets hanging down...?? What are you guys doing with them?

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Three bolts take those brackets off, option b is get a valence from a 2wd they are bout half the size. Personally i took mine off and took the brackets off.

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Cool, I wasn't sure if the brackets served any other purpose, never really looked into it. I'm sure I will just pull it off brackets included.
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Hey PStroked,i plan to get a valence from a 2wd they are bout half the size as stated above and look Way better than the longer ones!

I like the Valence/Air dam for the Cover up it does,i like to hide that stuff in the front and the 2wd version does it well... The truck To Me just looks better with it,Each His own!
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Hey PStroked,i plan to get a valence from a 2wd they are bout half the size as stated above and look Way better than the longer ones!

I like the Valence/Air dam for the Cover up it does,i like to hide that stuff in the front and the 2wd version does it well... The truck To Me just looks better with it,Each His own!
I ended up ordering one from Tasca parts, should be here by Wednesday. Thanks for the input guys!
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