Re: Any experience w/ Sir Michaels?
It's pretty simple to put on, This is my 2nd one, my first one had custom dual exhaust cut outs. First of all this may sound stupid, but:
1. Is your stock bumper already off?
2. Have you held it up to test fit it?
Defintly have someone else to help, you, its not heavy, just long an aukward to hold by your self.
1. Hold it up to the truck, one person on either side
2. There are 6 screws (use self tapping ones, can't remeber if the ones it came with were or not) that go on the front lip and 2 on either side underneath, below the tailight to the left (passenger side) to the right (drivers side), when you hold it up you'll understand better than I can explain in words.
Measure it all and screw them in, on the front lip, do one on each side at a time to hold in. I had to push in the bottom while tightening the screw, so it matched up. Just take your time, you'll be fine.
I hope I've steered you in the right direction, this is how we did ours and it worked out fine if not someone please correct me. Oh after, be sure to measure it up and drill out your holes FIRST, before getting it painted, my directions for mine, said to test fit it, because after oit had been altered (drilled into and or painted, you can't return it). And after you get it painted, set it aside over night and let it fully dry before you put it on, I screwed up and did not do this other wise when you go to drill in your screws, the head of them may tear away the paint, I had to use my touch up paint around the edges to clean it up because I got impatient
I hope I was some help,
Here are 2 pics attached (1st is before, 2nd is installed), print them off and use as a guide if you want.