Classic Design Concepts Rocker Side Skirt Splitter Pair 2005-2014
Pair of Classic Design Concepts Rocker Side Skirt Splitters for all 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustangs.
Are you looking for that extra touch to take the exterior of your 2005-2014 Mustang from lean to mean? If so, then you definitely want to pick up a pair of Rocker Side Skirt Splitters by Classic Design Concepts.
Features and Benefits:
- Includes Driver and Passenger Side Rocker Side Skirt Splitters
- Made From Quality Thermoformed Plastic Olefin
- Shaped with High Pressure Injection Molding
- Black Grained Finish
- Can Be Painted To Match Vehicle
- UV Protected
- Easy and Simple Installation
- Made in the USA
The Mustang factory side skirts definitely look mean with the black-on-body color look, but if you're going for a bolder appearance, these Rocker Side Skirt Splitters by CDC are for you. Each splitter fits directly underneath the driver and passenger rocker panel side skirt to provide a more aggressive, streamlined look. Another benefit of CDC’s splitters is that they will give your Mustang a lowered appearance without actually installing lowering springs.
These Rocker Side Skirt Splitters are made from high-quality thermoformed plastic olefin with a black grained finish. This type of plastic is also protected against the sun's harmful UV rays. Made in the USA, these Skirt Splitters can be painted to match the color of your Mustang, if preferred.
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This is the CDC’s splitter kit that will fit your 2005 through 2014 Mustang. The kit includes a pair of left and right splitters, detailed instructions. You’ll also have a template in there and everything you need for installation, double stick tape, promoter, even alcohol pads and new pushpins are all included by CDC.
For this installation you need a lift or a jack and jack stands, scissors, a punch, a drill, ¼ inch drill bit, and safety glasses.
To make the install as easy as possible you want to start by getting the car off the ground. You actually can do this install with the car on the ground, but you’ll have to drill two holes; one in the front and one in the back of the rocker. To do so on the ground you would need a 90ᴼ drill. Getting it up off the ground a little bit, ramps, jack stands, you don’t necessarily need a lift, but anything like that will make it easier. Once you get it off the ground you want to clean the rocker and grab the supplied alcohol and go over where the tapes going to stick.
The CDC splitters are going to be held on by double stick tape and pushpins. Basically, the same way the factory rocker is held on. It’s going to mount right here underneath the rocker just inside this edge; about 1/16 of an inch roughly. What you’ll want to do is just inside this edge we’re going to clean it with alcohol, then adhesion promoter and then finally double stick tape. After the alcohol we’ll apply the adhesion promoter. Once you get the adhesion promoter on you’ll actually let that set up for a couple minutes and then we can install our double stick tape.
Once the promoter is set up now we can install the double stick tape. Again, about a sixteenth of an inch or just underneath this lip where it goes flat is where you want to put the tape. Now we’ll also want to apply the adhesion promoter to both splitters; pretty much just right over where the holes are. The 2005 through 2009 models are the ones that require the additional holes to be drilled. What you’ll want to do is go to the back of the instructions and cut out both of these templates. The template’s going to fit in the location underneath the rocker. Use a center punch and drill a ¼ inch hole.
Do the same for the rear. Don’t worry about drilling through the tape; that’s not a problem. Before you put the splitter up into place you want to peel back the first couple inches of the double stick tape. Put it up on the rocker; put a piece of tape up there to hold it in place. Do the same for the front and back. Now you want to grab the splitter and two of the provided pushpins. When you put a splitter up into place you put a pushpin in both the front and rear hole that we just drilled.
Once the two pins are in place we’ll go back up front, we’re going to remove our tape. Grab the red tape and the double stick; pull it back and as you’re pulling it back press it into place. Once you have the tape removed you’ll grab a handful of pushpins; go back to the splitter. Everywhere you see an extra hole we’re going to drill a hole with our drill; install a pushpin. Start in the middle and work your way outward.
Even at stock height the CDC rocker splitters give the car a lowered look and tie in perfectly with the front splitter we already installed. Installation as we showed you is pretty straight forward. It will probably only take you around an hour. You’ll be back on the road in no time.