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Classic Aero Shield Installation Instructions

Classic Aero Shield Installation Instructions

Contents of Box:

  • Aero Shield, Molded Urethane, 27" x 66".
  • Installation Instructions.

Installation Steps:

  1. Paint Aero Shield with flexible paint of the same type used for Mustang bumper covers & Classic Side Pipe Covers. [The Aero Shield can be effectively integrated if it is two-toned to match the rear bumper insert. Consider low gloss black, like the GT series, for light colors, or light argent (silver) for dark colors.]
  2. Your fuel gauge should read 1/8 or less. Gas is heavy; a light tank makes for an easier installation.
  3. Raise car. The Aero Shield can be installed on a driveway apron, jack stands are better, a hoist is best.
  4. Remove the two rear wheel/tire assemblies.
  5. Remove the black vacuum formed plastic tub from under the fuel tank:

Mustang Quad Lamp Installation

Mustang Quad Lamp Installation

Vehicles Equipped with Stock Fog Lamps:

  1. Remove the stock fog lamp assembly from fascia, save stock bolts for reuse.

How to Install a Late-Model Light Bar

How to Install a Late-Model Light Bar

Classic design light bar for late-model mustang convertibles adds a touch of shelby style.

1999-00 Mustang Side Exhaust Installation

1999-00 Mustang Side Exhaust Installation - Remove plastic strip along top of rocker. Access by opening door

Remove Stock Side Rocker Moldings:

  1. Remove plastic strip along top of rocker. Access by opening door.
  2. Remove Christmas tree fasteners along bottom of rockers at pinch weld, save for re-use.
  3. Remove screws form end of rockers one in each well opening. Top edge of rockers between front wheel opening and door and rear wheel opening and door is held on with aggressive clips, you will have to get a good grip and pull upward and out from vehicle. Remove all clips from car body.

Check fit of Classic Exhaust Rockers to the Body.

Make sure two screw holes in wheel openings and holes for plastic securing strip in door opening, line up with holes in the body.
Fit front and rear spatz to car, using stock screw in wheel opening.

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What is Restro-Mod: Mixing the Old Mustang with the New is a developing trend called Restro-Mod

Mixing the Old Mustang with the New is a developing trend called Restro-Mod, a process in which an early model chassis is fitted with a late model drivetrain.



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