Re: Removing Front Air Dam For Off-road
With the air dam on I went over an unseen sand berm a bit too fast. The front dug in and suffered some damage to the air dam but shattered the air inlet duct behind it. The next time, with the air dam off, the front dug in again. The front lip of the plastic belly pan dug into the sand and ripped out the plugs. The belly pan folded back under the car pushing the wheel arch liners onto the wheels, very expensive. Moral of the story, dive slow (i.e. no fun) and get a lift kit or ORII in QL. The shocks easily top out in ORII so can't drive fast anyway. With QL, after stopping to take in the view, it's easy to hop back in the car and drive off forgetting to lift it.
Ordered 9 Nov 2011 - Delivered 3:30pm Friday 13 April 2012
Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 3L CRD, Black Forest Green Pearl, Quadra-lift, Off-road Adventure II, Front Recovery Hook, Mopar Tow Bar, Mopar Rock Rails, 150A Projecta Battery Isolator, Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller, Bridgestone D697 265/60R18 LT, Kimberley Kamper Special Edition
MudMap M7 off/on road sat nav, Chief Recovery Hooks "chrome", Chief 3mm Sump Protection Plate, Bluespark pro+boost tuning module set on C9, Chief Lower Front Guard