The front of the cover is marked by a tag with
FRONT printed on it. Tuck it under the front
bumper and toss the cover up onto the roof. Walk it to the rear of the
vehicle and unfold it to start bringing it down along both sides of the vehicle.
Pull the rear of the cover down over the spare tire and
stretch it down and under the rear bumper. You'll need to shift it
around a bit, side to side, to get it evened up. The front bumper will
need a little more attention now that you've got the cover stretched the full
length of the vehicle. Once you do, you can place the cover to the inside
of the tires.
For those of you that have seen
my TJ, you know I've got a 35" spare mounted on an aftermarket
carrier. It's good to see that the cover will accommodate the large spare
tire. I've seen covers that were modeled too much along the stock vehicle
dimensions and so failed miserably when used on a modified vehicle. Not
the case here!
These two little "donuts" are for reinforcing the cover should you decided to make a hole in it to accommodate your factory AM/FM radio antenna. If you are running one of popular aftermarket "rubber stubbie" type antennas, you probably won't need to use these. If you do have a factory radio antenna, you'll need to mark the location on your cover, carefully cut a small hole in it, and then align the donut hole with the cut hole. The donut hole is adhesive backed. To easily mark the hole location in the cover, unscrew the factory antenna, put the cover on your vehicle, and then mark the mount's location (where the antenna would mate with it) with a marking pen. Remove the cover, make the holes, reinstall the factory antenna, and replace the cover. You are good to go.
So that is about it. Not much more to say other than to surf on over to Carcovers.com and place your order. There is one there that is sure to fit your needs.
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