Honestly, what kind of reduction in mileage. I crank some miles on the interstate every day. Thanks!Oh now I see. You kinda trimmed it up a little. Looks good. I do agree gone is best. I got stuck in some sand once just because that air dam was acting like a bulldozer blade. Removed it. Now I don't bulldoze down the beach.
He said he has over 12,000 miles on the truck. I think it's broke in. My mpg started going up after 1,000 miles and have been consistent since then and we have 11,500 on ours now. Just saying =)What Wyo said is 100% accurate.
FL, let the engine break in a little you'll see better mpg. I'm on 2" lift and 32" tires and I can get 31+ Mpg on backroads and <65 highways. At 75mph I'm lucky to pull 24mpg. What a drag. (Pun intended)