I'v read a few threads on removing the Air Dam, but most of the advice consisted of A) driving in reverse through a stream or B) Literally tearing it off. I don't have any standing water around here to drive through, and I don't want to mangle the thing getting it off in case I decide to put it back on.
I'm willing to trash the screws because I can just get some at auto zone, but for the life of me I can't get them off. I'v tried prying it with a flathead screwdriver and even the pry bar end of a hammer with no lock. Is there a trick to getting these god forsaken screws out?
Yea I removed mine a long time ago. I lost no gas mileage.
I don't want your d**n lemons! What the hell are these?! Demand to see life's manager! Make life rue the day it thought it could give Cave Johnson lemons! Do you know who I am? I'm the man who's gonna burn your house down! WITH THE LEMONS! I'm gonna get my engineers to invent a combustible lemon that BURNS YOUR HOUSE DOWN!
Mango Tango 2010 JK Wrangler Rubicon
Silver 2000 TJ Wrangler Sport
The 2008 Jeep Wrangler is not so much an SUV as it is an experience. It's slow and loud, handles poorly, has crummy interior materials and features doors that provide virtually no crash protection. But when it comes to off-road performance, the Wrangler is simply the best choice available.
I left mine on, because it helps protect the swaybar e-disconnect, helps cut down the hood flutter and keep crap from flying into the front of the engine/oilfilter/aux cooler/xmission temp gauge hookup-