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Old 01-26-2012, 02:17 PM   #151
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Originally Posted by Forman Performance View Post
We recommend an install in warm temperatures as the material is able to flex when it's warm. Also, ensure that your rear glass is 100% free of any grease or dirt. Rubbing alcohol on the rear glass will ensure it's de-greased and ready for install.

For those in cold temps, I'd suggest using a heat gun VERY LIGHTLY just to encourage flexibility out of the piece.

Yeah ill use the garage plus a little bit of heat. Thanks for the tips.
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