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Minneapolis Suspension Systems
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Latest Customer Reviews
Performance Accessories Gap Guards Reviews
Good product, bad instructions
Reviewed By Michael F (HIGHLANDS RANCH, CO) Reviewed for a
2004Dodge Dakota—6/22/2016 12:29 PM
Typical Performance Accessories instructions, missing steps, not enough detail. However, once you decide how you want them installed, it goes pretty fast and they look great! I am so glad I got these. It makes the post-lift look of the truck much cleaner.
Reviewed By Nancy J (Fairfield, CA)
—4/4/2016 8:50 AM
Install was more complicated than expected. Was told it was something I could do in my own home garage...not the case. The kit did not come with a bumper riser? Now the body is lifted and the bumper remains in its original position. Why no lift piece for the bumper?