- Frost King garage door bottom seal. (I got the material at Home Depot for $8. Its called Frost King. I got the 8ft length.)
- Misc socket sizes. I think 10mm is the size you need but I'm not sure.
- Flat head screwdriver
- About 80 1/2" length screws and/or bolts
- Drill and a 5/32 drill bit
- Painters tape
This is what I did.
- Remove the headlights, corner lights and the grill. Remember when removing the grill to push the tabs near the headlights in with the screw driver so you it would be easy to remove.
- You'll see that there are 5 plastic retaining pins that hold the bumper at the top. You can take a screwdriver and lift up the round part and pull the pin out. (See the 1st attachment)
- Removing the bumper. There are a couple plastic screws in each fender that holds the inner fender lining to the bumper. Also there is one bolt at each corner at the top that holds the bumper to the fender. (See 2nd attatchment) The easiest way for me was to turn the wheel either left or right all the way to get access to the bolt and screws. There are screws under the bumper that you need to remove and one more screw behind the liscence plate close to the radiatior.
- When you remove the bumper place it on a towels so you won't damage the paint.
- I didn't cut the material until I got to the end of the install. Now find the edge at the bottom of the bumper that you want use. It would probably be a good idea to get some painters tape to define the line so it would be wasy to follow when you start installing the lip.
- Once that edge is defined get the garage door bottom and put it at the edge. You're going to want to use the short part of the garage door lining to attatch to the bumper. Once they're both lined up take your drill and either drill your first hole for the bolt or just screw it in a 1/2 inch from the fender part of the. I used both nuts and bolts first then once I started to run out I started using short screws. Screws are much quicker for the install but I think the bolts would hold better. Make every hole or screw 1 inch apart because it will be hold the lip to the bumper better.
- When you get to the corners of the bumper make a 45 degree cut the part of the material that you are going to attatch to the bumper. This will make it easier to form that corner so it won't look warped.
- Once that is all finished and you get to the other end of the bumper just cut the material making sure that both ends of the lip are even.
Hopefully I was able to help out. If you have any questions please feel free to PM me.