Interesting. Looks good. Are you saying the skirts otherwise cover up the jack points?View attachment 640641 View attachment 640642 View attachment 640643 Finally had time to install the textured Maxton sideskirts today. Took about 2 hours to install by myself and I cut out notches on the inner parts of the sideskirts to allow Murphy jackpads or hockey pucks with a Milwaukee 12V cutout took. Used VHB and self tapping screws spaced about 10” apart. Am lowered 1.5” on MPP comfort coils and I think it looks great with the Maxton rear diffuser and UPP front lip. Will have to remove the Avery CF wrap off the UPP lip as parts of it are beginning to bubble and crack after a year.
*by parts I mean - without any screws or manual. Just the skirt and lip themselves.Great looking Maxton Design installs. Really love the minimal, yet aggressive add. Just received my lip and skirts today, but still waiting for a shipment date on the rear diffuser. Glad I found this thread calling out the need for the notching. The other parts seem pretty straightforward to install, but any other tips? Odd thing - seems like my shipment didn't come with anything besides the parts and the receipt .. sounds incomplete?
Once I get everything sorted, I'll post some photos.