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between the bottom of the front spoiler and the ground? I'm thinking of getting one of the Stow and Go plate frames, however I'm wondering if I'll rip the sucker off the first time I take it out of my driveway.
 

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My 10 RT Classic has 8 3/8" to the bottom of the front spoiler to the ground. I'm not sure if the 11s are the same.
 

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Whoops, I should have been more clear. I was wondering about clearance under the front spoiler of a 392. Thank You for the quick reply.
 

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Thats what I have but am still waiting to pick my car up in July so I can install it. Sorry not much help:bigthumb:

between the bottom of the front spoiler and the ground? I'm thinking of getting one of the Stow and Go plate frames, however I'm wondering if I'll rip the sucker off the first time I take it out of my driveway.
 

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moparnoob,

Went out and measured mine: normal tire pressure and 90 degrees on level concrete.
Mine is a 11 SRT 392....with oem tires.

6 and 3/4 inches measured at front of spoiler ( where it forms a "V") to the ground.
Did not measure UNDER the spoiler just at the "apex" point.

....Seamaster...
 

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I didn't measure myself because I don't have the car yet. It should be here next week. No need for snide comments- is there?


Thank You for measuring. I really appreciate your effort. If there's anything I can do for you just ask..
 

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I thought I read some where, possibly not on this forum, that the stow and go set up does not work well on our cars, because of the chin spoiler.
 
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