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Wheels are boyd codington smoothies, 18" front and 20" rear. The tires are Bf Goodrich G-Force Non-traditional tread, front 255/40ZR 18 and rear 285/30ZR 20's. Thanks for the compliment on the car.

It pretty easy to install the spoiler. I used jack stands to get it up in the air and used 4 spring loaded clamps to secure it to the bumper to get it lined up. It comes with a small alluminum plate. Look dead center at the bottom of your bumper and you'll see two small screws. Take them out and the holes in the aluminum plate line up with those holes. Attach it to the bumper using the screws you removed. Next, you need to drill a hole through the very center of the spoiler into the aluminum plate and through the bumper. You'll have a flat head screw, nut and lock washer that you use to attach it in the center. Next evenly space 3 holes on each side to secure the rest. I spaced them from the outside inward. It comes with 6 additional bolts ( 3 for each side ), flat washers, lock washers and nuts.

Let me know if you have difficulties. Send me a private message and I'll get you my phone number and I can walk you through it over the phone.


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Originally Posted by SRQ05GT
I ordered one about 3 weeks ago. Hope it gets in soon. Your right thier web site is one of the worst i have ever seen. Can't Imagine having a web site like that if you are trying to sell stuff!!!. anyway. any advise on the install??? and what size and brand are your tires.
PS. Car looks great....


2005 GT Primium
Black on Black
Auto
Rear 285-35ZR19 / 19x9.5
Front 245-40ZR19 / 19x8
Ipod
Roush Spoiler
BMR Strut Brace
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