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Old 06-06-2013, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Divi View Post
13 when mostly downhill driving
This is my favorite part of what you said......
You get ALOT of wind resistance

All I know is when I dropped down from 11" lift, my MPG did shoot up a bit and the truck didnt seem to drag going against wind.
Someone should come up with a plate beneath the front bumper that can deflect air beneath the truck so that there isnt resistance on axles and components now seen with a lift
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