Replacing the front splitter
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I just bought a gt350 as an "end of year new 2019 year ...
I have a question if anyone has gotten involved with the splitter....
I just bought a gt350 as an "end of year new 2019 year blow out" but as a new car, they did NOT install the front splitter yet. It will be shipped to me from out of state on a car carrier.
That said, he said it is up to me if they instal the spitter or not.
Should I let the dealer do the work, or is there a risk to it having to go on/ off the car carrier getting hit (I assume that's why they are not pre-installed)?
I am not all that mechanically savvy, but if it's a bolt on, maybe anyone can do it (????)
It's not too hard - the front snaps on and then there are 15-18 screws - the hardest part is pulling the inner fenders back and getting in the security clips - you will need it either up in the air on a lift, but in all reality, it should be installed to comply with Fords delivery protocol - so I would make the dealer install it or pay your local dealer to manage the cortesy delivery aspect of your purchase
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I just got a leftover 19 and had it shipped w the splitter on. I confirmed with the shipper that they could handle a car with a 4" clearance up front. Everything was fine. Didn't want to deal w the hassle of scheduling an appointment to have it installed at the local dealer if it would fit on the transport w no issues.
I used to go through splitters pretty routinely on my GT3. So much so, I kept spares around. They were cheap though. Around $200 and it took about 10 mins to install.
How expensive is this piece of plastic on the 350R?
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