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Or as Dodge calles them "AIR DEFLCETORS" . Ugh. Pretty straightforward once you get the car on stands and take the front wheels off. The only deviation from the instructions I suggest is that you install them about an inch and a half from the bump on the arm and not 3/4 of an inch. If you try to do the 3/4 of an inch route, you will break the "DEFLCETOR" when you tighten it down because the arm curves slightly due to a thickening of the metal in that area.

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Just make sure you have that special Snap-On 10mm Deflcetor wrench handy.
 
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Heavy ABS or some other thermoplastic.
 

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How appropriate.
What do you mean? It's the perfect material. Doesn't retain heat like a metal piece would. The air deflectors I use on my Viper race car were procured from a Porsche 911 Turbo application and they are flexible ABS plastic held onto the lower control arms with overpriced hose clamps (and spider webs).

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...and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
 
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and passive aggressive driving, too. :p
 
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