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While replacing the lower radiator support yesterday I discovered my new to me SSR did not have a front air dam. How crucial is this for engine cooling?
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While replacing the lower radiator support yesterday I discovered my new to me SSR did not have a front air dam. How crucial is this for engine cooling?
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It had one on from the factory, so GM must of thought the little strip of plastic would add to more air flow over the Rad etc. Don't replace it with the GM Air Dam, it's garbage....you could make one like that. My suggestion is to buy an ABS one from Mike at Simple Engineering. They are in-expensive, easy to install, work great, and most of all, look good. They look like the one the SSR should have had from the beginning!!!
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Keeping the engine cool us always an issue with our SSR's! You can never get too much air flow in the engine compartment. Like 240 Gordy said, Mike at simple engineering has a real nice black air dam that funnels the air right to where you need it and it looks better than the OEM silver one that seems to be missing.
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Mine was gone when I bought my 05. Got one from Simple Engineering. The fit is perfect. It is held on with black plastic push pins so if you hit a parking curb or anything they come right off without tearing things up. I imagine that is why there are so many missing. Cheap, fast fix. Git-er-done.


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yes, it's pretty Important Piece. It disrupts the air flow under the truck and helps evacuate the hot air in the engine compartment when you're moving forward. Mike's does this, and, throws a bit of air up into the radiator. Both are pretty important to help keep our trucks cool while "under way". pretty useless when Stopped, eh.... If you order one from Mike, I strongly suggest you get the steel lower radiator support that it attaches to, if it's Not there already, the OEM was PLASTIC....


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What the hell, all those recommendations for Mike's air dam (to which I agree)and no link?

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yes, it's pretty Important Piece. It disrupts the air flow under the truck and helps evacuate the hot air in the engine compartment when you're moving forward. Mike's does this, and, throws a bit of air up into the radiator. Both are pretty important to help keep our trucks cool while "under way". pretty useless when Stopped, eh.... If you order one from Mike, I strongly suggest you get the steel lower radiator support that it attaches to, if it's Not there already, the OEM was PLASTIC....
Thanks Yellow Bear!

Yes the Plastic flat piece under and attached to radiator support was designed to create a "Vortex" to "Suck" HOT air out of engine compartment while driving.

Don't have one? Suggest you do!

https://shop.simple-engineering.com/

Just plastic push pins to install.

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Thanks for the heads up in getting a steel lower radiator support from simple engineering
Your side by side pics were awesome and clearly showed the difference
I just ordered mine along with a new air dam.
Also got the replacement fan to get rid of the factory be one
so again THANKs to all for this help. I take your input seriously and follow you lead from your years of expertise
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Mine was gone when I bought my 05. Got one from Simple Engineering. The fit is perfect. It is held on with black plastic push pins so if you hit a parking curb or anything they come right off without tearing things up. I imagine that is why there are so many missing. Cheap, fast fix. Git-er-done.
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Just plastic push pins to install.

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I got Kathy's from Mike, Simple Engineering, 2-17-17 and it came with Stainless Steel Button head bolts and nut, and I like Shiny stuff. See post #6.

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I got Kathy's from Mike, Simple Engineering, 2-17-17 and it came with Stainless Steel Button head bolts and nut, and I like Shiny stuff. See post #6.

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The bolts must be a new thing. When I got mine it came with the black plastic push pins (Like in Dicktator's post # 11) and the instructions said not to use bolts in case you hit something. Kind of a break away thing. Got mine about 2016. Maybe it was decided to bolt it solid. Mine has been on there 3 years with the push pins.


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Thanks for the insight. I have owned this SSR about 3 weeks and have already placed 2 orders with Simple-engineering. Looks like one more. &#x1f633;. No worries. It usually takes me 2-3 trips to Lowe’s for most any project. I am amazed at how helpful everyone has been on this forum. Thanks for putting up with us newbies asking questions that have been hashed out several times in the past
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Thanks for the insight. I have owned this SSR about 3 weeks and have already placed 2 orders with Simple-engineering. Looks like one more. &#x1f633;. No worries. It usually takes me 2-3 trips to Lowe’s for most any project. I am amazed at how helpful everyone has been on this forum. Thanks for putting up with us newbies asking questions that have been hashed out several times in the past
After awhile Mike will get to know you from buying so much stuff. He and I are on a first name basis now. Ha! Ha!. His stuff is good.
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The bolts must be a new thing. When I got mine it came with the black plastic push pins (Like in Dicktator's post # 11) and the instructions said not to use bolts in case you hit something. Kind of a break away thing. Got mine about 2016. Maybe it was decided to bolt it solid. Mine has been on there 3 years with the push pins.
Hey Auggie,

Hope you are getting some topless time. It should be about gorgeous up there by now.

When I ship just an Air Dam, I send the 5 black plastic locking pins. This is because it is likely to get attached to a plastic radiator support. The plastic pins should give up before the radiator support breaks.

When I ship a steel Lower Radiator Support, I always include 5 stainless button-head Allen screws and lock nuts to attach the Air Dam. This is because the steel support won’t shatter if you hit something. If the Air Dam gets bent a bit, you can always straighten it with a little heat and some pressure.

On a side note........ If you have a habit of “high speed blasts”, the plastic push pins may allow the Simple Engineering Air Dam to depart the radiator support at speeds above 130mph.... The fix for that is to install the steel support and bolt the Air Dam in place.

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Hey Auggie,

Hope you are getting some topless time. It should be about gorgeous up there by now.

When I ship just an Air Dam, I send the 5 black plastic locking pins. This is because it is likely to get attached to a plastic radiator support. The plastic pins should give up before the radiator support breaks.

When I ship a steel Lower Radiator Support, I always include 5 stainless button-head Allen screws and lock nuts to attach the Air Dam. This is because the steel support won’t shatter if you hit something. If the Air Dam gets bent a bit, you can always straighten it with a little heat and some pressure.

On a side note........ If you have a habit of “high speed blasts”, the plastic push pins may allow the Simple Engineering Air Dam to depart the radiator support at speeds above 130mph.... The fix for that is to install the steel support and bolt the Air Dam in place.

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Another endorsement for Simple Engineering Air Dam: We went on a little side trip by ourselves in Evanston Wyoming while attending the Ogden SSR Rally. I was not going fast (under 30mph), all of a sudden the road dipped to a 3' wide drainage wash. I bottomed out my SSR so hard that the Air Dam scraped the road, and the front suspension bottomed out so hard the two skid pads in front of the a-arms both hit the cement! The Air Dam edge looks like it's been sharpened with a file! But has retained it's shape perfectly. When the front end popped out of the divot the back end then did the same although not as bad, thanks to my new Simple Engineering Air Bags that I installed just the week before! The back end bottoming out damaged my tongue jack on my little enclosed cargo trailer! It ovaled the tube.


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Gordy doing 240 (kph) in Evanston. He was in a hurry to get back to Canuckada as well as trying to improve airflow thru the radiator and under the truck.
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No, if your talkin speed, he is still shy of 150 mph. If your talkin dollars, it would take $3.60 cdn to equal $1.50 us. As usual, he is day late and over a dollar short

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No, if your talkin speed, he is still shy of 150 mph. If your talkin dollars, it would take $3.60 cdn to equal $1.50 us. As usual, he is day late and over a dollar short

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240 kmh is actually 149.1291 mph, CLOSE ENOUGH! Your calculation on the Canadian Peso is off $3.60 CAD is actually $2.63 U.S. In other words, it cost's $1.37 CAD to purchase $1.00 USD. You better elect for a Texas Instruments calculator, rather then that Chinese One you bought at Walmart. Either that, or get some more skuulin'!


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I lost mine on one of the huge speed bumps they put up at work to keep the ambulances and through traffic from running over our very slow customers coming in to the hospital.
Ripped out the plastic push pins and left the plastic spoiler on the pavement. One of my security guys on SSR watch gave it to me as a present the next day at work. I put it back on with stainless bolts and Fender washers, now all it does is rub from time to time.
Funny Thing, the 04 scrapes the speed bumps twice each time I pass over them, the 06 clears them every time, maybe the suspension is different for that larger engine?
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