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Plastic splitter sheet material

Hello, anyone have any idea where to find these from a chain outlet?? I’m talking 5-6ft long and 1/4” or 3-4mm thick
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I think you will need thicker than 1/4 in, unless it is only just barely sticking out past the bumper. And make sure it is very firmly attached as well. A decent splitter can make a lot of downforce.


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Hey Alex!! Ya I was thinking thicker as well (the material) hahaha.... the front bumper I have is a GReddy and it’s low.... so the splitter would also “save” the bottom if I scrape
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