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Old 05-14-2019, 01:56 PM
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Great post! Only one thing to add

X3eme,

Great coverage of the installation. Once I read your post, the TIS (such as it is) made a lot more sense. Thanks to you. ... But, I will point out one error. When you show the side panel part of the trim, you remove it by placing your hand behind it and forcing it outward. There is an easier and safer way. This image below is directly from the TIS for both pre and post LCI E83's.

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A minor thing but it may save someone from tearing the tabs on the bumper.

Thanks again,

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