The bottom of each guard is numbered, signifying its’ location. 2. Open door and hold the window guard up to the window door frame. NOTE: The angle at the bottom of the guard framework faces towards the outside of the car. The guard framework fits evenly around the window frame. 3. Mark a few holes at the top of the door frame using the pre-drilled holes on the guard framework as a guide. Note: Do not mark holes for the sides or bottom yet. 4. Remove window guard and drill holes as marked with a drill bit. 5. Attach window guard by using #10 x /” sheet metal screws. Now locate and mark balance of holes, drill and attach, starting at top and working your way down. 6. Follow the same steps for the other side of the vehicle. Consolidator' • Kwik-Raze’ • Collins Dynamics' • Kwik-Kit" PrisonerTransports • K-9Transports 75 Jacksonville Rd • P.O. Box 2099 • Warminster, PA 18974 • 800.524.9900 / 215.957.0720(F) • 215.957.0729 (F) WGI-F7-F1 l-INST-9-06...