Reviewed By Ruben G (NEW YORK, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Explorer —7/26/2016 6:56 AM
The new grill actually made my 2004 Explorer look prettier.
Reviewed By Rodney S (BLOOMER, WI) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —7/13/2016 6:35 AM
Very satisfied with the appearance. Not too bad to install considering the area you are working in, The Allen head bolts are USELESS!!! I tossed mine and went to the hardware store and bought regular hex head bolts. You can't see the head of the bolt to get the Allen wrench engaged. Other than that, GREAT. Rod
Reviewed By Philip D (Sioux Falls, SD) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —5/26/2016 5:58 AM
Feel the directions need to be revised, specifically for my truck model. Getting the actual grille position and mounted took some time. Pictures were somewhat misleading and not clear enough to use. What I thought was going to be about an 1-1.5 hours to install, actually was over 2+ hrs. The bottom mounting tabs were never screwed down but folded in under bu,per. Need to go back and still make adjustment to lower grill yet.
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