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Installation Instructions for  LEX-16-A-EL: El Camino Front Spoiler

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

Tools Needed: 7/16” Box/Open-end wrench, Phillips screwdriver, 7 mm Box/Open-end wrench, Drill and drill bit set

Cut a rectangular opening in the flexible bumper filler which is bolted to the front fender. The cut should be made 1/16” away from the steel fender and 3/8” below the body line.  The cut should be 3/8” wide and 1  1/4” long.  This cut is for the SS spoiler front tab to be attached by a bumper filler bolt behind your cut. This tab will keep the front of your spoiler against the vehicle. Remove the 7 mm screw behind your cut, but DO NOT throw these screws away.

Place the center of the front spoiler so it aligns with the three factory holes in the radiator housing.  Drill 1/4” holes the all three front spoiler center tabs and attach with
1/4 x 20 x 1” hex bolt, washer and lock nut.

At the top front end of the spoiler (where you cut the rectangular piece out) place the tab inside and reinstall and tighten the 7 mm screws you removed in step one.

Move to the front of the front wheel well and place spoiler flaps inside the wheel well.  Drill two 1/8” holes through the front spoiler and into the steel wheel well. Attach with
1/2 “ sheet metal screws and small washers.