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Anthony,   I am preparing to install the new hood pads that you provided. There weren't any directions in the box, so I have a couple of questions prior to installing. 1. Which side should face the metal, pebbled or smooth surface? 2. They are labeled A,B,C.  on the smooth side.  Does "A" start on the left  (US driver's) side? 3. Did you have to trim the mat around the hood release bar? 4. What kind of glue did you recommend?  Thanks,  

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56 minutes ago, Whaledriver said:

Anthony,   I am preparing to install the new hood pads that you provided. There weren't any directions in the box, so I have a couple of questions prior to installing. 1. Which side should face the metal, pebbled or smooth surface? 2. They are labeled A,B,C.  on the smooth side.  Does "A" start on the left  (US driver's) side? 3. Did you have to trim the mat around the hood release bar? 4. What kind of glue did you recommend?  Thanks,  

 

I am sorry the instructions were missed.  I will email instructions. 

Edited by Squatch Pads

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4 hours ago, Whaledriver said:

Anthony,   I am preparing to install the new hood pads that you provided. There weren't any directions in the box, so I have a couple of questions prior to installing. 1. Which side should face the metal, pebbled or smooth surface? 2. They are labeled A,B,C.  on the smooth side.  Does "A" start on the left  (US driver's) side? 3. Did you have to trim the mat around the hood release bar? 4. What kind of glue did you recommend?  Thanks,  

1/ smooth

2/ they only fit one way

3/ no

4/ 3M super 90 adhesive spray.  one can for just hood and part of trunk.  two cans if doing both.

 

bonus answer - it is a WHOLE lot easier if the hood is off the car.....

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