DODGE VIPER SRT10 REAR VALANCE TRIM
PART # ACC-972019
8 x Stainless Fin
4 x Strips of Chrome
3 x Promoter Packets
2 x Tape Test Kits
Your new covers come to you with a protective liner. Do not remove liner
until step 3.
Prepare each of
the four fins by first washing with soap and water to remove any
dirt, dust. Then scrub with household rubbing alcohol to remove any
and all waxes and oils. Allow to dry.
You will want to
test the adhesion of the surface that you will be mounting your trim
covers to. Take a test tape or a piece of masking tape and
stick it to the area on your car to see if the tape sticks.
Try each fin and each side of your car. If the tape sticks
everywhere readily then proceed to step 3. If not continue to
clean the surfaces until the test tapes stick in all areas where you
will be mounting your trim pieces.
You have been
provided with four (2-pc) sets of fin covers. Each cover has been
layered with a 3M attachment tape. Test fit each plate before you
remove the red liner by simply placing each one into position first
to make a mental note of where each cover fits. Be sure that the
covers line up flush with the very bottom and back edge of the fin
(the largest side closest to the bumper).
Then swipe over
the entire area with the adhesive promoter packs (provided).
Each packet does four (4) fins.
Once you are
satisfied with the position of your covers remove the red liner from
the attachment tape of the first stainless steel fin cover.
Carefully position the piece so that the bottom is even and flush
with the black fin attached to the car. Press firmly over the entire
surface to enable the tape to set. Repeat this process for the
opposite side of the fin.
NOTE: It is
that the bottoms of the fins line up perfectly so that when you put
the edge molding on it will set level.
You have been
provided with four chrome molding strips. This molding is used to
close the gap between the two covers of each fin. It simply acts as
an edge cap. Simply place the strip into position pulling the red
release liner as you firmly set the flex trim along the fin edge and
between the two edges of stainless. Work your way from one end to
the other until the gap between the two pieces is covered. Repeat
this process for the remaining fins. You may have to stretch the
flex trim slightly if it comes up a little short or trim it with
scissors if it comes up slightly too long.
Care must be taken when cleaning your stainless. It is a good idea to
lightly dust your stainless with a clean soft cloth first in order to
prevent any particles from scratching them. Then wipe (using a new clean
soft cloth) with a good quality streak free glass cleaner. It is also a
good idea to add a light coat of wax such as a quick spray wax.
See Photo below for details.