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Old 09-24-2013, 11:55 AM
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As long as you have the right tools and skill confidence to do it it won't be too hard. You have to cut out the grille shell and then the stock inserts (because the inserts are what actually bolt to the truck, the outer shell attaches to them.) Then drill the holes for the new grille and mount that to the shell.

As Kurtis said, if you really want it to look good you will want to fill in the 4 areas where you cut out the cross hairs because if you look closely you will see that through the mesh. That's really up to you though and on how good of an end product you want.
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