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Old 02-23-2014, 07:03 PM
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Picture of 2WD chin Spoiler for bumper

The 2WD version is 3" shorter. You have to remove those frame brackets for it to look right. $110 from Ford.
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That looks way better!!! what are the frame brackets for? it's way to cold here for me to go look!!
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That looks way better!!! what are the frame brackets for? it's way to cold here for me to go look!!
From what I've gathered to me they seem like a bracket to keep you from driving up and over another car.

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I've been wanting to switch to the 2wd air damn. Do you have to remove the brackets to make it work?
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Do you have to remove the brackets to make it work?
I would assume you don't "have to" remove those lower valence brackets, but they go all the way to the bottom of the larger valence. So I'd guess they stick 3 inches of the bottom of the 2wd valence, Which would look pretty goofy IMO. They're very easy to take off though.
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The brackets do not need to be removed, but will stick down about 2" if you don't. 18mm socket wrench and 8 bolts to remove them. Not a big deal. Took more time taking out all the chin spoiler hardware.

Yeah I am guessing that the brackets are there for stopping the truck from driving up over something. I can see where they would act as "fangs" digging into a hood or trunk.
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The brackets do not need to be removed, but will stick down about 2" if you don't. 18mm socket wrench and 8 bolts to remove them. Not a big deal. Took more time taking out all the chin spoiler hardware.

Yeah I am guessing that the brackets are there for stopping the truck from driving up over something. I can see where they would act as "fangs" digging into a hood or trunk.
Hmm...Having a couple "fangs" sticking out the bottom might actually look cool to me.
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Hmm...Having a couple "fangs" sticking out the bottom might actually look cool to me.
Just paint the bottoms red so it looks like they've already bit something
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Whats the advantage of having a shorter valance
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