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07-12-2011 02:17 PM
cranky1 I see and no, I didn't see that thread....
07-12-2011 01:46 PM
grandpaws 57
air dam

sorry I was not clear- the dam runs infront or core support and the rad/. I screwed to factory holes You can't see the dam without being back 20 ft or so.Did you see my old thread on rear sway bars on 57 ?
07-12-2011 01:37 PM
cranky1 How bout an air dam under the front end just back from the bumper a bit?
07-12-2011 01:13 PM
grandpaws 57
can you use more MPG?

Couple of months I was changing oil on my 57 ranch wagon. Looking at the frame member. Plenty of nook& cranys for air flo be traped. I had some lawndevider made out of flexable plasticalong with brackets . I cut this just inside of wheeltrack. I did this without choping the car . Last sun I went to a cruise about 80mi away . Got 19.21mpg ,up from 18mpg TRy it your self

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