This Mustang Parts Installation Guide Works For
Installation Time: 30 Minutes
*If you do not want to leave the vehicle on the jack you can place jacks stands.
*Make sure to put the lug nuts somewhere that they will not get lost or kicked around.
*Pop the tire back on and lightly tighten the lug nuts so you can accurately see how the mud flap will look with respect to the tire.
*Also note that you will be using the two screws in the rear fender well for this installation so adjust the height of your mud flap in regards to the top screw.
*The bumper will become somewhat loose but will stay in place. I suggest you take a minute to clean out any dirt or debris that may have worked its way in this area.
NOTE: If you are confident in your abilities you can mark both points at once. I have written these instructions for novice installers. The point being that if you are off on your first drill you can get a second chance at marking and drilling the second hole so that your mud flap will be straight and level.
*Prior to letting the car down you should tighten the lug nuts so that they are snug. I personally tighten them to about 80lbs and then lower the car.
Whenever you remove your lug nuts it is always a good idea to drive a few miles to make sure that your ties are on straight and that the lug nuts are secure. After your test drive check the torque on the lug nuts using you torque/tension wrench.
Installation Instructions written by AmericanMuscle customer Mike Breen 5.2.12