I got the roush side splitters on yesterday. They look great I am very happy with the look. Makes the car look lower to the ground and really ties into the front splitter. I am going to get the rear ones to finish the look here in a few weeks.
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I didnt check the pinch weld area to be honest. I dont jack my car in those spots ever. but for you will I checkJScheier said:any tips / tricks / gotchas?
Any issues with getting a jack on the pinch weld?
Been thinking about these (mainly because my OEM ones are pitted to hell from running R-comps).
they really do! I keep looking at them and looking at them. should have bought them right off the bat. they really finish the look of the car. once I get the rear ones it will be even better.Tucson302 said:Those look great!
lol as you can see my list below my wallet hates me as well. I am missing things on the list too. I keep a mod list/maint log on the car to keep track.BOSS343 said:that looks superb....come to think of it..I am starting to hate this forum. Makes me wanna buy stuff. Ok so my WALLET hates this forum haha.
No problems jacking up the car and it's one hole on each side in the plastic. They're really a silly mod but I do like them. For me they make the car look lower to the ground.F.D. Sako said:Im also interested in knowing if the splitters cover the pinch welds, since i use the pinch welds to jack up the car.
i browsed through the installation guide, but didn't see a clear picture of the underside showing the pinch welds.
Can you get away without drilling?
EDIT: just read the drilling instructions, are you only drilling in the plastic panel, and nothing metal?
None of the independent vendors but if you see a Goggle ad for Summit, Late Model Restoration or CJ Pony click it and order to help support BMO.F.D. Sako said:well that sounds simple enough.
so which vendor did you guys get these from, any BMO vendors that we can support?