These can be installed on any balt that does NOT have side skirts.
- Garage door seals (8ft per side)
- Heavy duty double sided foam tape
- Utility knife
Optional, but recommended
- Screws - 1/2" self tapping waffer head, or flat head with washers
- Drill with small drill bit
Hardest part is drilling the holes for the screws, just take your time and go slow.
Prep the car. Clean it up and really clean off any dirt under the side skirt area.
Use whatever you want to clean it, but finish with a few passes of a wet rag to remove any cleaner residue.
Apply double sided tape to your side skirts. Be generous but follow your application line.
Start with an inch or so of overhang to allow for trimming. Follow the line of the car and line the side skirts up with tap. Press the underside of the skirt very firmly against the car several times to ensure a good hold.
Trim the excess overhang following the line of the wheel well. Take your time and use a fresh blade so it can be done with one smooth cut.
Step 5: Optional, but recommended
Pre drill holes threw the side skirt into the metal at each end of the skirt, as well as every foot.
Using self tapping 1/2" screws with wide heads, or with a washer for better hold, put a screw into each of your pre drilled holes.
No pics...I need to jack up my car as its too low for my drill to fit under it lol
Though it looks subtle in the pictures, it gives a really clean look to the car, and is much more noticable in person, while at the same time, looking like it belongs there.
It did exactly what I wanted it to do, which is hide my LEDs running along the sides. For such a cheap mod, I'm impressed with the outcome.