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Homemade Zoodad Plate

What do guys think? I cut the hole, grabbed some screen from Homedepot, a few screws and the job was done. I'll grab some pics of it installed soon, but you get the point.
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2007 F350 CC LB SRW
6" BDS Lift with adjustable trac bar & Add-A-Leaf
35X12.5X20 Toyo MC's on 20X9 MT Classic II's
Zoodad Mod & Airaid CAI, No Cat or Muff
2" running board mod.
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Looks good Nick.
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I did basically the same thing. A few bucks in material from Lowes and about 2 minutes with my rotozip viola. It is still one of my favorite mods. With an Airaid filter sitting behind the hole and a full 4" turbo back it sounds like it could suck you right through the grill. I love it. Not the best picture but you get the idea. Mine is nylon screen sandwiched between aluminum frames and painted black for stealth and no worries about rust. I have run through some wicked rain storms at 70 mph and it works just fine.

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