Installation Instructions for
LEX-16-C- or 16-D: Ram Air Front Spoiler
Drill and drill bit set
Phillips screw driver
Bumper bolt star wrench (when needed)
2” masking tape
We have made the installation of this front spoiler as easy as
possible, yet we advise you read the entire instructions
CAREFULLY. Take your time and use some craftsmanship.
The end results will be worth the effort!
We also recommend that you install your front spoiler before
painting in case trimming is needed. It is easier to install
freshly painted front spoiler if the holes are pre-drilled.
Place front spoiler on the ground as it would be installed on
vehicle. Position sides with center so that the paintable
side is out. Line up sides with center and drill a top,
center and bottom hole through (A) inner tabs with 1/4” drill
bit. Install three 1/4 x 20 x 3/4” hex bolts with washers and
nuts. Repeat for opposite side and disassemble. Drill
out top, oblong, center spoiler marks (B).
Remove bottom bumper bolt where center spoiler will mount.
Place large washer on bumper bolt and reinstall, attaching spoiler
to bottom of bumper, loosely, for centering.
Hold side spoiler up against front fender where it will
mount. Note where insert will hit front fender (C), remove
side and place 2” masking tape on fender where insert will
hit. Insert 1/4 x 20 x 1/2” hex bolt, far enough so that the
head sticks out slightly. Hold side spoiler against fender
again and press in on top, hard enough so that bolt head makes a
placement mark on masking tape, for drilling. Remove side
spoiler and drill the hole marked, (over size hole for
adjustment). Remove hex bolt and repeat for opposite
Realign sides with center spoiler and reinstall step one attachment
points loosely. Next, drill two holes through side spoiler
and into wheel well, (D). Install two 3/4” sheet metal screws
with smallest washers. From under front fender, install 1/4 x
20 x 3/4” hex bolts, large and/or small washers, (depending on
spacing needed) into insert loosely (C).
Start at center of the spoiler and work out , tightening all
attachment points. Check for alignment and centering as you
go. When all attachment points are tight, it is helpful to
silicone these points to prevent loosening.