Yeah looked it up... Kind of cool but jez I would hate to think about drilling holes in that beautiful tonneau cover!wildcat66 said:Have you seen this?????? Kind of cool
Chevrolet SSR Custom rear Wing Painted New 2004 on Ebay :seeya
Judging by the fact that my bed cover barely opens anyways, at least the spoiler would give me something to grab.freezer said:Remember that the gas springs might not lift the bed cover off the latches if you add much more weight. Seal pressure is all that gives the bed cover that initial lift. The gas springs do not have much mechanical advantage when the cover is closed. This spoiler does look nice.
Just curious, I recall somewhere in a thread someone didn't realize that they had to open the rear tail gate before they closed their lid/ top. I hope that that you are indeed opening the rear tail gate first before you are attempting to close your lid/ cover? :confusedsaharajohn said:... Very light(plastic) no worry about added weight. But little worried about cracking when closing the lid --- mine need a hard push to close...
saharajohn said:Just received my yellow wings (7 days delivery) ups. Its very low (<2 inches) easy installation. Very light(plastic) no worry about added weight. But little worried about cracking when closing the lid --- mine need a hard push to close
do it myself or take it to body shop? I have few unfinished job at the body shop so latter will be the choice. I now have all the appendages except the wind blocker.
Oh! Let the wind blowwwwww
Yes, the WindsuppreSSR is the best for blocking that strong back draft you get with the top down. It is clear so it doesn't interfere with your vision when looking through the rear view mirror. It is also designed to match the contour of your seats so it looks like it is part of the vehicle and not some aftermarket add on. It mounts behind the seat back bumpers for a professional looking installation. Does not attach to the seats so you can adjust seats any way you want. If your wife or girlfriend won't ride with you with the top down for fear of getting a windblown hair do this is for you! e-mail me at [email protected]saharajohn said:I am not sold on windbaffle. The seller is making his case here and there, but clear 1 piece plastic attached to the car seats........so far from all the threads I've read windsuppressor sold by Ray seems to be the best choice available.