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3 Ways to Protect Your Rims From Rock Rash While Off-Roading

If you've driven off road more than a couple of times, you’re probably not a stranger to rock rash. It’s pretty much inevitable. 

Road rash

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However, your rims don't have to get beat up when you go off-roading. There are a few ways to protect your rims from rock rash:

1. Use Tires With a Wider Cross Section Width

The cross section width of a tire is basically the width of the tire. If you use tires with a wider cross section width, the tire can take a beating from the rocks instead of the rim. However, this upgrade costs quite a bit of money. And, the wider tires would also probably be heavier, which has some drawbacks.

2. Air Down

If you air down the tires when you are off road, your tires get a little wider. This helps protect the rims, and there are no real drawbacks, other than having to air back up. But, it still is sometimes not enough to protect your rims.

3. Use All-Fit Rim Trim

Blue Rim Trim

The All-Fit Rim Trim is a sturdy rubber strip to be applied on the rim lip. You can apply the All-Fit Rim Trim either to protect your rims from rocks or to cover up damage.

The All-Fit Rim Trim is available in a variety of colors, including black, silver, red, blue, and more. It's the most affordable (and effective) solution on this list.

Learn more about the All-Fit Rim Trim here!

5 Ways to Improve Automotive Aerodynamics

Improving your car's aerodynamics is quite beneficial in many different ways. For instance, it improves your car's handling and fuel economy. In this article, we'll go over 5 different ways to improve your car's aerodynamics.What is Automotive Aerodynamics? Image Credit: HiTechCAE To put it plainly, automotive aerodynamics is the airflow around the vehicle. When your vehicle is [...]

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Team Sahlen and All-Fit Automotive Form Partnership

At All-Fit Automotive, we are pleased to announce that we received one of the highest honors a company like us could ever get: a partnership with an endurance racing team!Team Sahlen outfitted their Porsche Caymans with the All-Fit lip kit and they were so impressed with the results the lip kits brought that they decided [...]

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What to Do When Your Bumper Cover is Loose

It’s common for a bumper cover to come loose after a while. Usually it’s because of vibration, a minor impact, or just aging.When a bumper cover comes loose, it loses its ability to provide adequate protection. The good news is that you don’t have to replace the whole bumper cover. Depending on what the issue [...]

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How to Apply Door Edge Trim

Looking to replace the door edge trim in your car? We have just the tutorials you need! To find out how to remove the door edge trim, check out this tutorial.  Read on for instructions on applying new trim to your door edge. This is an easy job anyone can do, so hiring a specialist to [...]

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4 Ford Mustang Bumper Lip Options

The Ford Mustang has a ground clearance of under 6 inches, so it’s pretty common for a Mustang bumper to get all scratched up. A lot of Mustang owners remedy this issue by installing a bumper lip underneath the front bumper. Not all bumper lips are created equal, though. Some are more effective than others.Let's [...]

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Replacement Options For The Plastic Strip Under Your Front Bumper | All-Fit Automotive

Bumpers are designed to absorb minor impacts when bumping into a curb, speed bump, or something else. If they do get damaged, they can be pretty expensive to repair or replace.That’s why some automakers add a plastic strip (also called a front lower valance or air dam) to the bottom of the bumper on their [...]

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How to Make a Quick Release Bumper Cover | All-Fit Automotive

Bumper covers or standard bumpers can be quite expensive to replace. Even a single broken mounting tab can lead to the bumper cover dragging on the ground. Rather than blow hundreds of dollars on a new bumper cover (the plastic or fiberglass that fits directly over the bumper), you can make a quick release bumper.What's [...]

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How to Diagnose and Fix a Dash Rattle | All-Fit Automotive

A rattling in your dash is probably one of the most annoying noises to hear while driving. It’s a never ending noise that comes right from the inside of your car. The dash rattle is commonly caused by two adjacent dash parts vibrating against each other. Luckily, there are easy ways to fix this issue. First, let’s [...]

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How to Remove the Door Edge Trim | All-Fit Automotive

Do you want to change up the color of your door edge trim? Or, are you looking to trade your car in and you need to return it to stock? We've got you covered. Removing the door edge trim is an easy job that can be done within minutes. Read on to find out how.The Only [...]

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