13721 Spring Hill Dr., Spring Hill,  FL 34611 
Phone: 352 688 8160 M-F EST 


PART#  ACC-821002  (Polished or Brushed)



      Parts included:                                                              Items Needed:

       2 x Doorsills                                                                    Household Rubbing alcohol

       1 x Adhesive Promoter Packet                                       Tube of Clear Household Silicone (found at any hardware department)
6 x (6mm Flat head Phillips screws 1" or 1 1/4")

1.  Remove your current factory black plastic doorsill. You can do this by pulling it up slowly so as to allow any glue to come up as you pull.

2.  Take your new Polished door sills and place them where they are to be mounted.  Move them around until you are satisfied on how they fit.  Once you are comfortable with how they fit move to the next step.

3.  Clean the area with household rubbing alcohol until the entire area to be mounted is clean of any remaining glue or residue. Then swipe the area once with the adhesive promoter pack (provided). 

4.  Your new stainless sills come to you with three screws. These Flat head screws are designed to replace the three dome head factory bolts in the door sill area. Remove the three factory screws and replace with the screws provided. Place the new sill so that it fits properly and make note of its position. Remove the red liner from the attachment tape on the underside and reposition. Set the sill in place and press firmly along the entire surface to set.

5.  Repeat steps 1-4 for the opposite door. 

    If any questions occur during installation feel free to contact us.

Care must be taken when cleaning your cover. It is a good idea to lightly dust your cover with a clean soft cloth first in order to prevent any particles from scratching it. Then wipe (using a new clean soft cloth) with a good quality streak free glass cleaner.







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