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QX70 09+ OEM Instructions for Aero Rear Under Protector

Discussion in 'QX70 Write-Ups' started by GEE50FX, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. GEE50FX

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    I have not installed this part yet but below are the OEM instructions for this part.


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    Here it is installed
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  2. SIDE FX

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    Looks real good nice job.
     
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    Ok..i did this myself over the weekend. Key is to have all the right tools, particularly the drill bits!

    Start off by using template for the rear hole (yes, you have to make a 16mm hole in the rear bumper). Use a hole punch to align properly and then drill accordingly.
     

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    Next you’ll want to jack up your car and take off the wheels as you need access to the wheelwells. Then, use the supplied template to make 2 1/4” holes. Note: you dont need to pull the wheel well moldings, just becareful where you drill. Afterwards, place in the nut clups and pull out 1 bolt underneath by the wheel well and 1 push clip under the back bumper. Now pull back some of the 3m adhesive on each side and place the rear body panel on bu aligning the hole in the bumper first and then pushing it into wheel well. Now screw in the tapping screws to the nut clips at wheel well and the larger screw supplied underneath. The trickiest part is getting the white plastic block onto the body kit. You do this by accessing the inside of the bumper theough the bottom rear and aliding it in until it clicks. Takes about an hour tops to do it, if yiu have the right tools and as always measure and align evrything properly first!
     

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    GEE50FX

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    Good report, well done.