The frame itself is easy enough to install, just a matter of removing the old frame and bolting on the new, after removing the timing rod.
A little more fiddly is getting the solenoid on. You need to remove the 3-way and then screw the solenoid housing on in it's place. That's going to require that you remove your LPR, which may in turn require you to remove the hose barb from the LPR. If you're careful not a problem.
So, remove the frame, remove the timing rod, unscrew the hose barb (if required), unscrew the LPR, remove the 3-way. Screw on the solenoid housing, screw on the LPR (sealing the threads with teflon tape/threadlock), screw on the hose barb (again, seal the threads). Feed the solenoid wire through your vertical reg mount. Then bolt the frame on so that the wires run down the channel in the top of the frame. Plug the wire in to the board, install a battery and go.
That's the basic installation. If you want to install the eye, you then need to drill two holes in the body (one for the eye, one for the screw), and thread one of them (for the screw). That's a bit more involved. There is a template included in the manual showing you where to drill, but you might want to get that done for you if you have a bad record for breaking things.
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