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Today I drove to my normal Shell gas station. On the way out the front splitter would scrape on all exit ramps.
Is anybody having similar problems with their GT350?
Im afraid this will be a part we may have to change sooner than we may have anticipated.... :mad::mad:
 

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I too scraped the bottom pan while driving out of the Ford dealership. At least the splitter is made of plastic (versus carbon fiber) so it will be affordable to replace!
 

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Today I drove to my normal Shell gas station. On the way out the front splitter would scrape on all exit ramps.
Is anybody having similar problems with their GT350?
Im afraid this will be a part we may have to change sooner than we may have anticipated.... :mad::mad:
I have to modify my driveway because my suck ass town has built up the asphalt so much above the grade of my driveway....Yes, I have the same problem.
 

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It looks like it will be easy to replace. I should probably stock up on them.
I ordered another, the part that comes shipped in the trunk- consider also the corner pieces. Check out the procedures to install the splitter and ensure the tabs get seated properly, otherwise there will be a noticible gap and possible stability of installation problems

Edit - the splitter comes with the two corner pieces.
 

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I don't think mine are installed correctly. I have a noticeable gap.
Hey Barstow, Other forums have pics posted of an improper install. They also posted a Ford video on proper install. If you're handy w tools, it can be done- easier if you have a lift. I'd check these resources out. Good luck!
 

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Mine scrapes on way into drive, good when i back out. Have tried coming at different angles no success.
 

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Yes, proper installation is crucial. I installed mine and can be a bit challenging if you do not have the right equipment. Be careful on locating the jack-points and the type of Jack that you use (a lift is best). Measure three times and commit once. There is an illusion regarding the overlap of the sidepieces and the center splitter. There is some overlap separation. My splitter gap on each side measures .25 inch. So, if the pieces are not installed correctly, may cause a droop/change on the already tight road clearance. I bet that not all the service personnel doing installations are careful and or skilled in the installation process. I have a speed bump/dead man hump right in front of my house and so far no issues with clearance …nice and slow. I am sure there are parking chucks taller than the Splitter’s clearance. I am hyper-aware of that minor discrepancy.
 

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Do you have the part # for the splitter? I am having a hard time locating online

Do you have the part # for the splitter? I am having a hard time locating online- Thanks
I ordered another, the part that comes shipped in the trunk- consider also the corner pieces. Check out the procedures to install the splitter and ensure the tabs get seated properly, otherwise there will be a noticible gap and possible stability of installation problems

Edit - the splitter comes with the two corner pieces.
 
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