Reviewed By Cory D (Gilbert, AZ) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Armada —3/28/2017 1:51 PM
Would rate this as moderate in terms of whether a typical do-it-yourselfer would be able to do it, and do it right. Cutting the old grill out requires a meticulous hand saw or in my case I used a circular saw and was very careful. Also of your existing grill is old the stock clips may break or fall out making it hard to resecure the grill once you've put it in place. I used zip ties and then reordered the clips to put in place here in a few days. The look turned out awesome for me.