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Installation Instructions for Malibu 2 Door Roll Pan

We have made the installation instructions of the Roll Pan as easy as possible, yet we advise that you read the entire instructions CAREFULLY. Take your time and use some craftsmanship. The results will be worth the effort!

Remove  your bumper (4 bolts per bumper shock) and remove your bumper.

If you would like to have some protection (and we strongly suggest you do) you can purchase a piece of rectangular steel tubing that is 58 inches long, by 2 inches wide, and 1 inch thick, (the steel should be at least 10 to 12 gauge steel).  For additional support, two bars can be used and bolted to the top and bottom of rear frame horns.  Lauren Engineering makes no warranty implied or otherwise that this product offers any protection what-so-ever in the event of an accident or crash.

Remove both rubber side fillers. Place masking tape on both the mounting sides of your Roll Pan (2 bolts per  filler.  Save the bolts).  With the Roll Pan in mounting position,(against the body studs - see Figure A), press the Roll Pan hard enough to make marks on the masking tape.  Remove your Roll Pan and drill the mounting holes (four mounting holes - see figure B).  Re-install your Roll Pan with the factory filler bolts, which were saved on a previous step).