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Installation Instructions for LEX-16-A-GN Grand National T-Type and Regal Front Spoiler

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!

Tools Needed:
Drill and drill bit set        Phillips screw driver
Ratchet & Socket set    Felt Pen

We 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 predrilled.  

First step is to remove lower fender bolts, marked (A). Next, take out lower bumper bolts notated as (0) below.

Place front spoiler on the box you received it in. Trace top and sides of attached half’s.  Cut out template and mark lower bumper holes by pressing a sharp object through card board and into bottom holes. It is also necessary to remove Duck-Bill, or Duck-Bill Half’s on inner-cooled Regals, but save 10mm bolts. Duck-Bill Half’s bolt are directly beneath radiator.

Next, place template on top of front spoiler and mark for drilling. When drilling out top of front spoiler, be sure to over-size holes for adjustment. Lift spoiler into place and install bolts loosely, (spoiler should hang down 1/8”). Start tightening from wheel well to bumper.

Place L-brackets so that they will bolt into one of the Duck-Bill holes under radiator, (long side). Next, place short side against upper, rear, ram air inlet, (fiberglass side, not Gel-coat side). Mark small holes in L-bracket. Drill with 1/8” drill bit, and install 3/4” sheet metal screw and washer with black Tinnerman nut. Tighten all attachment points.