Created in hatred
Yeah as long as you are "floating" it on the ground you really can't hurt it.BTW, I had my first scrape today. It was entering the driveway at Turbo Technologies Inc. They have quite the steep drive. No damage though, I checked closely when it was on their lift.
LOL! You need a tuffazz Oklahoma Girl!!! Wind chills were EASILY below freezing the day we shot (and windy as hell). BUT it was still alot of fun! We are planning our second one already, hopefully spring-ish...Well, I will be sending them to you and I would get a model, but it will most likely be in the mid to lower 30's..lol
In the summer I plan on having a photo shoot with a few models.
I'm thinking I'll keep it black. I'm really digging the YJ with black accents. Plus, I do a fair bit of track time and the black splitter will save the rest of the front from those horrific black scuff marks from hitting cones at high speed.Pat, are you going to paint yours? OR just stay with the YJ with black accents theme?
the splitter is designed to meet up with the wheel well opening at the back of the bumper. Some people have opted to mount it a little forward to suit their personal tastes. As for the the height, there is no way of changing it without MAJOR modifications. That said, though it could be done but it would no longer be parallel to the ground. The reason we added the space in between was to keep it from pointing up into the air.Is there any way that splitter can be installed farther back and more flush with the bottom of the bumper? It juts out too much in my opinion and there is too much space between it and the bumper.