ATTACHMENT OF THE HOOD NOSE PIECE
Position the loop or pocket around the front leading edge of the fender above the lights.
A. Open the hood and secure in position, in some cases with a hood support rod.
B. On the underside of the mask some designs have a hood pocket, some have flaps with webbing straps attached, others have loop strips sewn on or there can be the combination of all methods. Determine the methods used in your design.
C. Center the nose piece over the front leading edge of the hood.
1. Snugly fit the front leading edge and corners of the hood into the pocket.
2. Fold the flaps around the underside of the hood. Thread the webbing strap sewn on the driver's side through the tension adjuster sewn on the left side and pull the strap tight. Do not overtighten because this can cause the mask to distort or be pulled out of position.
3. In some cases thread the webbing straps on the mask through the friction buckles and attach to the holes in the underside of the hood. Pull the straps snug but do not overtighten as this can cause the mask to distort or be pulled out of position.
4. Securely attach a corresponding length of ADHESIVE BACKED hook to the UNDERSIDE of the hood corresponding to the length of the loop strips sewn on the mask. Fold the loop strips around the edge of the hood and securely mate with the adhesive backed hook installed on the underside of the hood.
5. Some designs have a foam flap (usually one-piece style, "M" series masks). Snugly fit the flap between the body panels or between the hood opening and body. It may be necessary to push on a body panel to position the flap properly. (Fig. 10)
6. On some models there may be a small loop or pocket corresponding to the front edge of the fender above the lights.