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They can be removed but my understanding is that it's kind of a pain to do. Also it kind of leaves an unfinished look imo. I left about 2.5-3 inches of material if i remember correctly. The PPV ones I think are more like 1-2 inches. You can click that image and zoom in. Hard to tell at the angle but cutting it right at the natural 'belly' shape of the plastic piece, leaves it just a little higher than the side steps when looking at it from the side. Looks much better but at the same time most people wouldn't know it isn't stock, and gained me about 4.5 inches of ground clearance. Plus I figured that maybe it doesn't totally negate the aerodynamic effects that it's supposed to help with. You could always trim more.I haven’t crawled under to look, is it one piece with the front bumper? I was hoping it was separate and attached somehow and could be removed.
Great looking Rig! Is that a rhino rack pioneer platform on top?After several months of looking at pictures and going back and forth on what level kit to install on my Wife's 2020 Suburban Premier RST, I've decided to go with the Suspension Maxx 2.5/1.5" level with the rear 1.5" shock extensions. I'm quite pleased with the results!
I used an angle grinder w/ a cut off wheel to cut mine off. I taped my line and tried to follow it the best I could. I think an oscillating tool would be better than a grinder with a cut off wheel but it did the job. I definitely went quick and didn’t do the cleanest job but sanded any chunks of melted plastic off and you can only see the imperfection if you get on the ground and look under the bumper so don’t worry too much about not doing it perfectly. I’m glad I did it but may use a different tool if I had to do it again.Did you trim the front air dam using a saw of some sort or were you able to remove it somehow?
Now with 2018 esky mirrors. Love the great info on this forum!Finished 1st round of mods. 1.5 suspension maxx level and 2022 at4 take offs with 33s. These wheel wells have way more room in the front then my old NNBS. Eventually going to throw on my 2 5 / 1 " ccm kit and go a bit bigger on tires. Thanks to all on this forum for great info. View attachment 392342View attachment 392341View attachment 392343
Go to the gallery at customoffsets and narrow down your search to what you are looking for. Im sure there will be zillions of pics availableI’ve gone through the entire thread and didn’t see anyone run a negative offset. I’m looking to run a 17x8.5 -10/-12 wheel with hopefully 35s. I wanted to see if there would be too much poke with a -10/-12 offset. The wheel I’m looking at is the SCS Ray10 wheel and unfortunately they don’t make the wheel in a 0 or positive offset. Anyone have pictures of their negative offset?