Ill try to get a pic asap.
I just used a high heat material and cut out all the holes for the steering column, brake lines, and hoses etc. so i covered the gaps around the sides of the motor where the wheel wells are, but i still have a nice gap between my fan and my engine. But im working on mounting a hideaway skid plate or splash guard underthere without diturbing the air flow in the engine compartment.
not to be mean, but why do you spend all this money to lift your 2wd truck and mud with it, cause i have mudded in a 2wd truck at my work and it is a pretty good truck with all the work done it do country boy style, but it didn't seem fun to me steering one way and still going straight.
I dont have a 2 wheel drive so I guess the answer is no I dont have any action pics. I did pull a friends 4x4 wrangler out of a ditch in my neighborhood once years ago. Me and a buddy were out side playing basket ball and kept hearing this tire spinning sound, you know the one you make when you can get any grip. So we walked to the top of the drive just to see Steve in is Cheap Jeep he had just bought trying to cross a ditch into a vacant lot. That is sad that even in 4 wheel drive he was still stuck ( it wasnt muddy or deep), and I had crossed that ditch before in my 2 wheel drive Izuzu with a 3in body lift and 29x10.50 thornturds tires. That kind of takes your pride away when that happens. Worse than that my neighbor drove by in his Ford dually and told him if he couldnt get his toy out to call him and he would pull him out with his sons go-kart. HAHA you really had to have been there to apreciate it but you can imagine it.
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