Stick offside template to bumper
Stick the offside template to the right side of the bumper in the position shown.
Drill 2 x 6mm diameter holes in the corners as shown. These will help stop the cracks from propagating if (when) the bumper gets kissed.
Drill the large hole with a 20mm diameter hole saw. Don’t go too fast, this plastic has a low melting point and it makes a bit of a mess if you put too much heat into it.
Join up the dots…
Cut along the lines between the 3 holes with a jigsaw with a fine, but sharp blade.
Remove the paper template and remove any adhesive residue.
De-burr the cut out with a de-burring tool or a sharp knife.
Bolts and spacers
This type of bumper needs longer light bracket bolts and spacers than those supplied in the standard kit. You’ll need to make some spacers 40mm long and buy some M10 x 1.25 x 70mm bolts. Note that the bolts need to be M10 Fine pitch and a standard M10 x 75mm bolt won’t fit.