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Its a little warmer in Cali venom lol. I got it layed out flat in the house. Somebody said not to use the hardware that came with it, is that true?

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I still got the splitters on from factory, do I need to take them off or will chin spoiler cover them up?
 

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Laying the spoiler in the sun makes it more flexible and eaiser to shape , if the spoiler came with push pins I would replace them with 1/4" bolts ( push pins suck) you can keep the factory splitters on
 

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Does it sit flush with front clip? Could someone take a close pic? If I don't have much sun, could I warmup crease spots with hair dryer? Sorry so many questions, just trying to have everything covered.
 

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Does it sit flush with front clip? Could someone take a close pic? If I don't have much sun, could I warmup crease spots with hair dryer? Sorry so many questions, just trying to have everything covered.
The LMR one sits flush all around, the traditional Mach 1 chin doesn't sit flush. You can either have it sit flush at the wheel wells and have he front sit back about a 1/4 inch, or have a small gap at the wheel wells but sit flush at the front... I decided to have it sit flush at the sides so it sits a 1/4 inch back in the front... I like the offset look though

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The one I got said its made little longer so it will sit flush with wheel Wells. But I wont know for sure until I go to install it lol. Going to buy some different bolts tomorrow. So hopefully ill get it installed Thursday. Unless we get more snow lol, u never know.
 

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I used duck tape to hold it up

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One person job. Also I let the chin spoiler sit for a couple of days in the house. Enjoy!
 

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I mounted it flush in the front IMO it gives it a more aggressive look. There is a small gap at the wheel wells but not too noticeable. I didn't set mine out in the sun and it straightened out when I installed it. Best thing to do is tap it on, figure out where you want to place it on, mark the holes, take it back off, drill the holes then install with bolts washers and screws. Pretty simple installation. A definite must have if you wanna look mean!
 

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I mounted it flush in the front IMO it gives it a more aggressive look. There is a small gap at the wheel wells but not too noticeable. I didn't set mine out in the sun and it straightened out when I installed it. Best thing to do is tap it on, figure out where you want to place it on, mark the holes, take it back off, drill the holes then install with bolts washers and screws. Pretty simple installation. A definite must have if you wanna look mean!
Did u take off your factory splitters? Mines already been sitting out in the house for 3 days and still has creases.
 
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