I had some buffeting problems with the Nomad at higher speeds and saw some comments on bigger lowers on this site. It helped me research the aftermarket lowers out there, and the Edmonds lowers website showed the different sizes compared to stock. It was easy to make some cardboard pattern pieces then go buy Lexan from Home Depot and cut out the lowers from the pattern with a fine tooth jigsaw. They work great and look like factory,only bigger, and for less than $10. No more buffeting at higher speed. Good luck with your install.
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