- Complement the sleekness of your rig's front end with the Smittybilt M1 Wire Mesh Grille
- Built from marine-grade 304 stainless steel
- Finished in a satin black powder coat
- Stylized with chrome plated lugs
- Robotically welded for a seamless and striking look
- Requires minor modifications to the OE grille shell on your truck
- Your Smittybilt M1 Wire Mesh Grille is backed by a 5-year finish warranty
If you're rolling in a newer model truck, why cramp your style with the restrictive norms of OE manufacturing? You demand power, versatility and a custom look behind the wheel—all things that make driving your rig a worthwhile experience. So, separate yourself from the standard set of truck owners out there and level up with the Smittybilt M1 Wire Mesh Grille.
Built from marine-grade 304 stainless steel and coated in a satin black powder finish, the Smittybilt M1 maintains a bold and brazen design that equips you with next generation front end styling. It's touched off with chrome lugs that are installed around the outer ring of the grille, while sporting seamless robotic welds.
This mesh grille is easy to install but requires slight modifications to your OE grille shell for a flush fit. What's more, your Smittybilt M1 Wire Mesh Grille is backed by a 5-year finish warranty.
Smittybilt M1 Wire Mesh Grille Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Leah S (MEXICO BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-250 — Jul 08, 2015 9:51 AM
First off, watch a YouTube video to see how to do this, it's quite the project. Two disappointing factors: the hardware kit that came with it was extremely hard to make work. The brackets have adjustable slots, but they aren't adjustable enough! Had to drill holes in all forty of them to make them work in that tiny space. Secondly, the meshing is to sparce, and it looks like you have almost no grille. I bought a piece of aluminum meshing and installed it behind the black, and now it looks sick!
Reviewed by Eric W (CAPE CORAL, FL) — May 28, 2015 6:51 AM
I bought this grille knowing it would take some modification to the front grille shell but it went on a lot easier then expected. I watched their you tube video on installation and I believe it was on a 2014. The one I got had newer and easier clips that hold the grille on which required no drilling.
Reviewed by Tanya S (Marengo, IL) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — Dec 05, 2014 9:30 PM
Didnt fit. We cut the middle out of our stock grille (we were ok with this) and then realized the screws on the m1 grille were hitting the stock shell which prevented it from sitting flush. So we had to slice and dice the corners of our nicely red painted shell to get the friggin grille to fit. Very disappointing. Looks great after getting it to fit but just knowing all that damage is underneath it took the joy out of buying this grille. Hardware came bent as well. Our truck is a 2014 FX4 F150
Reviewed by jessica m (fairmont, MN) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Jun 08, 2014 12:04 AM
Was looking for a black grill for my jeep jk, decided to get the M1. Looks badass! Would recommend this to anyone looking to upgrade the look of your front end.
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