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Old 04-16-2018, 06:25 AM
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Hello,

After sitting in the garage for about 2 years I think I should fit them... splitter, skirts and spats.

I didn’t have any bolts etc sent as lee didn’t have any.

Firstly; what bolts and screws etc do I need??
Secondly; How do I fit each of them? Had anyone got a guide/instructions, preferably with pictures?
Thirdly; some of the edges are damaged were cut, sure I read somewhere people used edging on them?? Links and pics appreciated

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Anyone ?

Flybikeslee emailed me but all his photos have gone from account... urgh!

Wanna give it a go tomorrow
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Hey, I installed these a few years ago.

I used M6 x 35mm nuts and bolts for the front splitter. I have the lip installed so went for longer ones but you might get away with 25mm. However there isn't anything under there that the bolts will hit so if you are unsure just go longer its not an issue.

For the skirts I used self tapping screws with big penny washers. I would start at the front and get that sitting where you want and then get the back on. After that, just screw the middle up so it looks straight

Spats, find a reference point for the distance you want them to poke out so both side are the same. Then self tapping screws or bolts through the bumper.

So bolts for the front, self tappers with penny washers for skirts and spats Hope this helps!
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Thankyou !!!

Gives me a good idea
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