Not sure which 2008 GMC Sierra Bar Billet Grilles are right for you? We have over 1818 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Installed as an overlay and looks good.
It did have some rough spots on the side of the bars where the aluminum was not prepared for powder coating.
Topped grille off with billet GMC logo and lined up great." —Greg M from North Port, FL bought a T-Rex Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra.
"good instructions except which way to install lower brackets. very happy with the look and the quality" —Chris B from Fennville, MI bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra.
"I am extremely pleased with the quality of my new grill and the easy installation. My truck looks 100% better with the grill. Thanks for a good shopping experience!
Gary" —Gary T from Pawleys Island, SC bought a T-Rex Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"My father and I put it on our 2008 GMC Sierra. It only took about 20 minutes. The top doesn't fit quite flush, but it's only about a cm off. It's a two person job, one to hold the grill and one to bolt it on. It completely changed the look of the truck. It looks incredible. And the best thing it's affordable." —Rachel P from Aztec, NM bought a Trim Illusions Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"I received the billet grill for my 2008 GMC very quickly after my online order. It looks great on my truck as opposed to the ugly standard grill with the big red "GMC" stuck in the middle. I would advise not following the directions for installation however. Taking the entire grill frame out after disconnecting the upper bumper trim etc.etc.is not only none productive but NOT necessary. I just left the grill in place and used a "Kobalt" flat blade handsaw to remove the center and then a Dremmel tool to sand the rough edges down. After doing so the grill bolted easily into place with the provided hardware. The total installation time was cut in half by using this technique and it looks professionally done!" —Michael V from Hayward, CA bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"The instructions to me were missing a couple small details. The pictures they use could be a little bigger to show you exactly where they are cutting. I took my time, and it came out looking great, I love the grill. I like how it has no gaps around the edges. It took me a little longer than what it says it takes, but I am very particular about my truck, plus I enjoy doing this type of thing. Highly recommend this grill." —Jason T from Sierra Vista, AZ bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"The grille looked great, it was very easy to install as soon as I took the emblem off the stock grille, and was considerably cheaper than others I had priced." —Jason Z from Kerman, CA bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"It would have been great except it was missing two parts. There are supposed tonbe four brackets for the top to mount and it only came with two." —Matt P from Weatherford, TX bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"This billet grille is made with quality material and it looks great on my 08 GMC pickup I will and have recommended my friends to shop for this type of grill" —Eddy C from Orange Park, FL bought a T-Rex Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"I have been searching for a billet grill for a while and have really only found the overlays that keep the original grill intact and/or keep the GMC logo. So when I found this one, I jumped on it. The install was okay, but could get a little hairy if you have not done 100+ of these like I have. There is just a lot to take off to get the grill out (no fault to Carriage Works but rather GM idioengineering) and the shell becomes flimsy and hard to handle when you cut out the center. But once you get the hang of it, the install becomes fairly simple. My only complaint is that I wish there were more bars on the grill like the old Trenz grilles. But other than that, it makes the truck really stand out! Heck, only 2 days after installing it, I had a guy ask if I could install one for him!!!" —Ashley A from Providence Village, TX bought a Carriage Works Billet Grille for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.
"The only problem I had was the installation. The backing plate holes did not line up with the bolts on the grill. The holes were a half inch off, so I had to drill holes with my hand held drill. The grill looks great and built really well. Thanks,LB Idaho" —Lonny B from Fruitland, ID bought a Putco Virtual Grille- Stainless Steel for a 2008 GMC Sierra, 1500.