13721 Spring Hill Dr., Spring Hill, FL 34611
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Prowler Stainless Steel
2 x Plates with Letters punched in them, 1 x Promoter packet.
Wash the valve covers where your engine letters are with soap and
water. Let dry and rewash with thinner to remove any oils that may be
on the engine letters. This is important; the stainless steel letters
will not bond well with any oil on the engine letters.
Remove one of your metal letter plates from the plastic. Push out the
letters, they should come out easily. You can take a tiny file to
remove any tiny burs if any remain. Be careful not to scratch the
surface of the letters.
Without removing the back liner, hold each letter over the engine
letters and set it down into position on top of them. The engine
letters should be centered in all directions. This trail run will help
you become comfortable with how each letter is going to fit. You may
have to very slightly bend letter to fit flush with the engine
valve cover surface.
Take the promoter packet. If it is a packet rip it open to expose the
moisten wipe inside. If it is a pen, snap it in the center and press
down firmly several times until the pen tip is moist. Wipe the promoter
all over the top surface of each engine letter.
Peel the backing off the first letter. It is now ready to stick.
Very carefully hold the letter in position over your engine letters.
Then slowly guide it down until it is evenly center on top of the engine
letter from top to bottom and from side to side.
Press down firmly all over the surface of the letter, let set for 12
Repeat this process with the remaining letters.
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