CardID Spoiler installed. Easy install step by step and Pic's
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    Senior Member Mama Juke's Avatar
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    CardID Spoiler installed. Easy install step by step and Pic's

    Took my husband about 40 min's and that was him taking his time and taking pictures.
    Side note.. Its easier to do this with 2 people..
    One person holding the spoiler in place while the other sets and places the templates.

    CardId Spoiler comes with the 3m double sided tape and pre-drilled hole.
    Not sure why it had 3 holes.. but only one hole could be used to screw in screw.


    Step 1
    insert the provided template






    Step 2
    Line up the spoiler and tape down the template

    This is where having 2 people makes it easier.





    Step 3
    With a butter knife SLOWLY press down along the template until it detaches from spoiler

    again easier if one person is holding the spoiler. Then tape down the middle as well.





    Step 4
    With a SMALL drill bit SLOWLY drill down into the Juke..

    It doesn't take much to drill in the hole..



    Step 5
    Then drill hole with the required drill bit to make hole bigger.
    again drill slowly..



    Step 6
    Use some touch up paint to paint in and around hole to prevent rusting





    Step 7
    Remove rubber covers from inside door hatch.. (left and right side)

    You will see the hole..




    Step 8
    Insert screws and use tape to hole it in place.

    This will help you line up the spoiler on to the car once you remove the 3m tape.





    Step 9
    Press down firmly on the corners to secure the 3m tape and then tighten the screws.

    Note you will need a long arm extension

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    and they you have it.. Just saved yourself a few hundred bucks..













    Last edited by Mama Juke; 12-04-2011 at 03:37 PM.
    Short, Cute and Sexy.....
    http://www.jukeforums.com/forum/niss...ials-well.html
    However if you MESS with me.. I'll UNLEASH THE MINOTAUR
    http://www.jamcarclub.com/showthread.php?t=18

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    Looks good, and so much better rewarding than paying someone else to perform the work.
    Sure therapy helps, but screaming obscenities is cheaper.

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    Looks good.. Did you seal around the bolt head with some silicon (or similar) to prevent water from getting inside? Or did they provide some sort of o-ring/seal?

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    Nice write up!!
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    Senior Member Mama Juke's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the comments..

    Quote Originally Posted by deejayspinz View Post
    Looks good.. Did you seal around the bolt head with some silicon (or similar) to prevent water from getting inside? Or did they provide some sort of o-ring/seal?
    No nothing was provided..
    Husband used something to prevent the water from coming in. not sure what it was..
    Short, Cute and Sexy.....
    http://www.jukeforums.com/forum/niss...ials-well.html
    However if you MESS with me.. I'll UNLEASH THE MINOTAUR
    http://www.jamcarclub.com/showthread.php?t=18

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    Well done, looks great!!

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    Nice job! Looks good!

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    Good work!

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    Thanks for taking the time to document, and good job of it too... I'd been too nervous about drilling holes in my brand new Juke to order one for myself, but it looks simple enough - I think I will!

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