GrillCraft BG Series Billet Grilles Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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When it comes to backyard BBQ, you can smoke your budget on filet mignon or savor a similar flavor without burning your bank account by firing up some top sirloin. The same goes for billet grilles. You can empty your wallet on some overpriced marketing-hype, or get some serious custom style for less with the GrillCraft BG-Series Billet Grille.
GrillCraft starts with solid slabs of 6061 T6 aluminum, the only material that should go into a billet grille. Then they cut, grind and machine it to a perfect fit for your front end. After that comes the high-luster polish out front, and the baked on black powder coat in the background. The finished product is a genuine billet grille of the highest order.
Available in cutout or bolt over style and with or without a spot for your factory logo (most vehicles), there’s a BG-Series Bar Billet Grille designed for your custom needs. Best yet, GrillCraft designs them to install with ease and backs ‘em with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by William K (Vicksburg, MS) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Oct 23, 2013 8:44 PM
The Grille looks great . But I did not know that I had to cut the old grille out . I got to say that I used a hacksaw blade to cut the plastic ,it went well really went great. 2013 Tundra SR5 you got to cut all the Grille out.
Reviewed by Richard C (Jersey Village, TX) — Oct 12, 2013 6:47 AM
The instructions and pictures are a bit vague. However, the grill fit well and looks great. The quality is very good. I replaced a billet grill that got racked with this one. It mounts completely different, with only four mounts, where the other one had 6 mounts. It does seem to be sturdy enough.
Reviewed by jack p (SAINT LOUIS, MO) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Colorado — May 22, 2013 9:24 PM
Definetly not what i expected or what is shown in photos. mounting screws would not fit thru new grill without grinding. mounting toggle nuts would not fit thru stock grill openings. grill is not flush with center bar.