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    As the title says, of if anyone has a DIY solution?

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    Piece of cake to just make two 'L' brackets and attach them to the front two factory fixing points.

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    Lots of DIY options.
    As NSXGB said, 2 x L-shaped brackets.

    Some went even further and motorised it to get extra air flow for track day.
    I think aftermarket ones with similar function with manual operation available.

    I can't even remember when but probably more than 15 years ago, just walked into one of the DIY store, got aluminium L-shaped bar in 1m length or so and just cut and bent it to my requirement.
    Still on my NSX.

    Just didn't like the OEM bracket that can chew into the front bumper face.

    Kaz

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    Good plan, I think DIY is the way to go
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    If you really wanted an OEM one though, I have one somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXGB View Post
    If you really wanted an OEM one though, I have one somewhere.
    I think I'll give the DIY fix a go first, but if I don't like it I'll go for OEM.

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    2018 Jaguar XE, 2.0 R-Sport 250, Loire Blue.

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    there's a reason everyone takes the oem one off...
    aka Jonathan!!

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