heres how I did this little mod
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THE SHEET METAL SCREWS PROVIDED WITH THE KIT ARE GARBAGE !
I HIGHLY RECOMEND USING DIFFERENT SCREWS !
The size of th screws is not noted in the kit so i dont know what size they are , but the ones i used were aprox. 1/16" longer but the same diameter.
1) Screw gun with Phillips head
2) Heat gun ( a good blow dryer might work)
3) something to cut the trim . this material is made of PVC vinyl. its actually pretty tough stuff I used a hacksaw blade . it worked pretty well, and made a reasonably clean cut
1) Measure the trim material. Stretch the trim around the wheel well to get a rough estimate of where to cut it. there is enough material in the kit to do at least 3 fenders , so don't worry you will have PLENTY of trim to work with.
2) Clean the Bottom lip of the fender with 409, brakleen or similar stuff so the 3M adhesive strip will adhere better.
3) Hold the end of the trim to the end of the fender . Cut at angle to match the piece under headlight
4) peel back aprox 8 inches of the adhesive backing and heat up with heat gun.
5) Firmly press the end of the trim to the bottom lip of the fender matching the angled end to the trim body piece located under the headlight .
6) Drill a pilot hole through the trim and into the bottom lip of the fender and secure with sheet metal screw.
7) Now that you have the end secured, Heat up anther 8"or so of the trim, peel back the adhesive , and continue around the rest of the fender placing sheet metal screws every 8 inches or so.
8) Cut the bottom end of the trim to match the horizontal oem rocker trim that runs across the bottom of the door/fender.
9) Admire your handiwork.
Remember, The heat gun is your friend!! be sure to get the trim as hot as possible (without melting it, and still being able to handle it) the corner section where it transitions from horizontal to vertical can be tricky be sure to heat that part especially wel and push it into place to get it to contour around the corner.