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Old 01-11-2011, 10:44 AM
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so, i've got a problem with my air dam, its one of those stock plastic ones and i want to build a new one in shop class, and more durable.

anyone have any ideas for me?
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Hmm.. what style are you going for? Off road or show truck? or neither?
 
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How good are you with calculating angles and such?

http://www.roadarmor.com/site/chevy/2003-2006.php
 

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more of a off road kinda, but i still would like it to be kind of "showy" i guess haha.
 
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haha, calculating angles? not that good haha.
 
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when cutting and welding always split the angle between the 2 pieces then weld them. so if your wanting to do a 45 degree angle, cut both pieces and 22.5 degrees put them together then weld. it makes the joint stronger. and after that i would put in cross braces just incase
 
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Originally Posted by oktain View Post
How good are you with calculating angles and such?

http://www.roadarmor.com/site/chevy/2003-2006.php
I meant for you to follow that link... not quite sure how that picture ended up in my post...
 
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