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Old 09-24-2013, 12:00 AM
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You would have to cut the cross hairs out of your current grille and if you don't want it to look weird you need to fill in the cutouts and smooth/paint it. I built my own wide mouth grille, and if you don't cut the crosshairs it looks wrong, but once cut you have 4 cutouts that can be seen behind the mesh. Now, because I'm doing a deep mouth grille I had to fiberglass and smooth it out, but with front mount overlay you can get away with not doing the fiber glass.


*edit* ^^That's a great video. Similar thing I did to my last truck
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