1) Jack stands or ramps 2) Drill 3) Various drill bits, up to 3/8 inch bit. 4) 9/16 wrench 5) Cresent wrench 6) Thread locker (optional)
Jack up the front end of your Corvette. (Refer to your owners manual for proper jacking procedure)
Locate your front clip frame rail
Pre-fit"FattMamma" to insure you have proper clearance before drilling any hole. (Your "FattMamma" will push up on the underside of the facia. The underside of the facia will now rest on the top of the "FattMamma" wheels.)
Use a center punch to tap the location for your starter hole. (see picture for approximate location)
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Drill a starter hole, using a small diameter drill bit, at the center punch location.
Drill increasingly larger holes, testing the fitting the bolt along the way, until you can fit the 3/8 inch bolt through the hole in the front clip frame rail.
The "FattMamma" will install through front clip frame rails.
Take supplied metal tape and locate it on the underside of the front facia where the "FattMamma" wheels will make contact with the facia.
To install the "FattMamma", disassemble the rig.
Place 1 washer on the bolt, place 1 wheels on the bolt, place 1 washer on the bolt.
Insert the bolt and wheel through the hole in the frame rail.
Place 1 washer on the opposite side of the frame rail, on the bolt, place 1 wheel on the bolt, place 1 washer on the bolt.
Place locking nut on the bolt. (You can add thread locker to the end of the bolt for added security if you wish)
Finished installed assembly will be like this, Bolt, washer, wheel, washer, frame rail, washer wheel, washer, lock nut.
Tighten the bolt until there is light pressure on the wheels.
Your wheel should turn with light pressure, but not spin freely.
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These instructions are provided for information purposes only. Do not attempt installation of any CCA part if you are not a qualified mechanic.
For proper jacking instructions for your Corvette, please consult your owners manual.
Custom Corvette Accessories accepts no responsibility of damage to your vehicle during installation of our parts and accessories.
Custom Corvette Accessories accepts no responsibility for damage to your vehicle while using our installed parts during operation of your vehicle.
Custom Corvette Accessories suggests that you contract a qualified mechanic for installation of all parts and accessories.