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We have made the installation of this part as easy as possible. Yet we do advise you to read the entire instructions CAREFULLY. Take you time and use some craftsmanship. The end result will be well worth the effort!

We also recommend that you install your part before painting in case trimming is needed, (See Special Instructions). It is easier to install a freshly painted part if the holes are already drilled.

With studs in place on your part, place part on the box you received it in. Press down hard enough so studs go through box. With a felt pen, trace the outside of your part and remove part from the box. Use the box that the part came in and cut out a cardboard cut out of the part. Use it as a template on your vehicle for help with part and stud placement.  

Mark and drill holes as needed (drill holes large enough for adjustment.)

Place part on vehicle, check back side to be sure you can install attachment hardware. If not, you must drill holes in the back side, large enough to get socket wrench in to tighten hardware.

OPTIONAL: Just prior to final tightening we suggest you place a double sided body tape on your part. This will cut down on squeaking and help leading edges fit better.