...Under the GHL side skirts.
Quart of oil for visual reference. Didn't weigh it, but I'm guessing 1-2 #'s of rocks, mud, salt and shrubbery. There's at least 20% more to scrape of the skirts themselves.
Lol but seriously, theres not a lot you can do. If you happen to try and seal it off, you may get that small opening that allows moisture and water in there. If it cant get out = rot.
MAYBE, big maybe, ddrill some holes or "vent slots" on the bottoms of the skirts, so the debris has a way to exit the skirts. Most of it gets in from the front tire kicking it into the skirt from underneath.
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