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Installation Instructions for LEX-18-D-EL Designer Air Deflector


We have made the installation instruction of the Designer Air Deflector as easy as possible yet we do advise you to read the entire instructions CAREFULLY. Take your time and use some craftsmanship. The end results will be worth the effort!

Your Designer Air Deflector is made with urethane that has memory in it. When you remove the Air Deflector from the box, it will look deformed. Simply place the Air Deflector in the sun for a couple of hours, or install and it will go back to original form.

Align and drill ¼” hole from end cap front to Air Deflector back tab. Drill two holes at both ends of end cap making sure you have room for washer.  They will attach to bottom of nose tab. Turn the Air Deflector upside down and you will see oblong marks that must be drilled out for installation. Drill these marks out with a 3/8” drill bit.

Center the Air Deflector on the center of your designer nose, making sure the Air Deflector is even. Mark and drill ¼” holes in the bottom of your nose. Install the 1” hex bolt with ¼” washer from top to bottom. Loosely install 3/8” washer, ¼” washer and lock nut from the bottom.

Start from the center, align and tighten one side at a time. When fastening around curve, push in with your thumb to get required alignment before tightening.

The end caps should be lined up with the Air Deflector. Drill two ¼” holes in the top of the end cap and nose to install final fasteners.