Originally Posted by aldito2
Here's another just as important tip. Or tips.
1) When putting it back on, make sure you're on the bumper posts correctly. See Phil's DIY on bumper adjustment. If you miss and slide the onto the wrong part of the post, you'll have a bad bumper gap
2) Once you've got it back on and screwed down the three bolts around the grill, BEFORE you bother clipping in and bolting down the sides, CLOSE YOUR HOOD to see if you've got the bumper gap right. If it don't look right, pull it off and try again.
Sux when you've got that mofo all the way back on, fender liners screwed down and you're cleaning up your tools, and THEN you close your hood to see a fugly bumper gap.