Downforce Solutions wicker bill 

So I had been seeing the wickerbills over and over and I really like the look of them. I finally took the leap and got one and installed it. There were two main brands available for my car: BJ’s Garage 570 and the downforce Solutions. I went with the downforce Solutions for no specific reason other than it was available to me through my Challenger club. I’m happy with the quality and the design. I was able to compare it next to a BJ garage one that a car club member swapped out for the downforce Solutions version. The BJ seemed to be quality just a bit smaller of a foot print. The overall finish and cuts seemed more refined on the Downforce Solutions however.

Anyway the install was pretty quick the hardest part was lining up to drill the holes. Did it three times to be sure. Then the drilling started and the pop rivets. After that the rest was tightening bold and boom it was on. The downforce Solutions has their double down arrows cut into the wickerbill and I had a spare piece of vinyl laying around so the arrows are green to match the sides of the car. The kit came with black washers and silver bolts but I switched the bolts to Black and and the washers to green. The company was super quick to respond to questions on FB and got me the green washer for cheap and snt them quickly.

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