info Me nutcert. (Fig. A) While holding the 3/8" bolt with an Allen wrench, tighten the nut and washer down against the nutcert. Use the nutcert tool and star washer to keep the nutcert body from spinning while tightening the 3/8" bolt. Once the nutcert is properly installed into the vehicle remove the 3/8" bolt, nut, washer, nutcert tool (96-5951) and star washer.
Step 10: Install the supplied fender weather stripping to the upper and
front edges of the armor. This will provide a weatherproof seal to the body of the
Step 11: Reinstall the armor fender and using the
clamps, in it's appropriate position and check the alignment of the nutcerts and the mounting holes in the armor. Slot the holes in the armor if necessary to avoid cross threading the bolts. Fig. B & C.
NOTE: The nutcerts are prone to spinning if not installed properly or cross threaded. Be sure to start the bolts by hand in the nutcerts.
Step 12: Remove the clamps and secure the armor fender using the supplied 3/8" X 1" bolts and hardware. Be sure to start all the bolts by hand to avoid cross threading the bolts. Fig. B & C.
Step 13: Reinstall the OE tail lights to the tail light bezels on the armor fenders using the previously removed OE hardware.
NOTE: Be sure to use the Stainless 3/8" X1" bolts on the exposed mounting holes.
Step 14: Repeat the previous steps on the remaining side of the vehicle.
Step 15: Reinstall the previously removed rear bumper using the previously removed hard-ware. Torque according to manufacturers specifications.
Step 16: If you are reinstalling the license plate, route the wiring harness through the armor fender and reconnect the light wiring clip. Install the license plate box to the armor fender using the previously removed OE hardware.
Step 17: Reinstall the steps and/or sliders from the vehicle using the previously removed OE hardware.
Step 18: Torque all OE hardware according to manufacturers specifications or the supplied hardware according to the torque chart on page 6. Installation is now complete.