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I took my truck out muddn today first chance ive had since the snow melted after i got done i notice i had a lot of mud caked inside my engine compartment, do any of you guys run any thing to stop the mud from flying up there. ive had this problem before with snow same problem except it was packed full of snow , really packed. ALso is any one running custom skid plates? THanks Josh
 

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See this POST

http://www.pavementsucks.com/forums/viewtopic.cgi?topic=2114&forum=38
 

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just make sure its high heat so it doesnt catch fire or melt.
 

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ok i did not see pics of the actual mud flaps....but would like to get some rigged up on my truck.....will they cause any overheating probs by blocking off air flow or not realy?
 

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the lift lips are made by mountain enterprises. i do not know how they hold up - i have never seen them. they advertise them as liners created to keep mud and water out of the engine compartment. you can call the folks at mountain enterprises at 888-lift-lip or hit there web site at http://www.liftlips.com.
 

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I have always thought about getting a sheet of stainless and using a cardboard template to make a guard under the engine. Anyone ever busted out the tin snips and tried it before? Looks like there would be plenty to bolt to.
 

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Yes i did it on my powerwagon. I made my own engine compartment lips and i used a piece of diamond plate underneath the fan and my truck runs fine (airflow wise). im soon gonna weld up a splash gaurd underneath my Ram engine fan.
 
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