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Old 01-02-2015, 03:54 PM   #1
jgr208
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Default Forcewekz 2011-14 WRX lip install

I bought a forcewerkz lip with no hardware or instructions so I figured to do a write up to help anyone else who tries to install one.

Tools needed:
Power drill and 13/64 drill bit
About 20 1/4 x 20 1 inch bolts (stainless steel)
About 40 1/4 washers
About 20 1/4 nuts

The first thing you will notice is that the forcewerkz lip does not have any holes pre-drilled. You will need to take the power drill and the 13/64 drill bit and drill a hole each place you see a little pilot dimple. There were about 15 or so I think. After that is done you can now install the lip. You will notice the lip lines up with all the factory holes except for two holes (if you want you can drill those two hole, I didn't and the lip still sits flush) and without the lip against the holes screw the bolts and a washer into the lip except the two if you didn't drill the two holes. Also there is a push clip for four of the holes. You can remove these push clips and replace them with the bolts. Next, remove the front fender push clips on the front wheel wells to give you access to the bolts on the outside of the lips. Now line the lip up with all the pre prilled holes (they are not a perfect fit put with some force you will get the bolts through all the holes) and with the center bolt reach in through the lower front bumper and insert a washer and nut onto the top of the bolt. Do this now for the rest of the bolts and when you get to the last 4 holes on each side of the lip reach through the wheel well to access these bolts. After all the bolts are installed make sure lip sits flush. If it doesn't then hold the lip up and tighten some bolts with the lip lifted to make it sit closer to the bumper. Now you are done and can enjoy your lip.
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