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GMC Sierra Billet Grilles

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GrillCraft BG Series Billet Grilles Reviews


STEVES EQUIP. REPAIR

Reviewed By steve c (BRISTOL, RI) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra —4/10/2015 10:17 AM

VERY EASY INSTALL NO NEED TO REMOVE GRILL AS INSTRUCTIONS SAY.ONLY NEED TO REMOVE TOP GRILL PANEL AND INSTALL HARDWARE FROM REAR OF GRILL.LOWER BUMPER GRILL CAN BE INSTALLED FROM UNDER TRUCK. WOULD BE NIECE IF YOU OFFERED CENTER BUMPER HOLE GRILL AND HOOD GRILL. I WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANY ONE,GREAT QUALITY.

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Carriage Works Billet Grille Reviews


Not too shabby

Reviewed By Daniel C (Monroe, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —4/3/2015 12:09 PM

Installed pretty easy. Looks pretty darn good. The two top horizontal billets were bent when I got it but they bent right back into place. I guess that's common but not too cool. I would recommend but it would be nice if the price was lower (as usual).

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Street Scene Main Speed Grille Reviews


GREAT LOOKING GRILL

Reviewed By LAWRENCE T (IMPERIAL, MO) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra —3/22/2015 5:51 PM

TO INSTALL THE NEW GRILL YOU MUST REMOVE THE ORIGINAL. YOU SHOULD KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT CARS. A FLAT SCREWDRIVER MAY BE USED INSTEAD OF A PANNEL TOOL TO REMOVE THE BOTTOM CLAMPS. IT TAKES 30-45 MIN. TO REMOVE THE OLD ONE. NO TIME TO PUT THE NEW CLIPS ON AND INSTALL THEM BACK ON THE TRUCK. IF YOU WANT THE LOGO BACK ON IT HAS TOBE DONE BEFORE REINSTALLING. BUT IT LOOKS GREAT WHEN FINISHEDE

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