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Gutter Guard Grill

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I decided last night that I would try to do a gutter guard grill for the rango, and today I went for it. So, $15, 30,000 zip ties, a few cuts, and 4 hours later it's done. Let me know what you guys think. I'm not real handy with DIY's but I figured what the hell. I didn't get to the lower valence yet. It got dark.

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when i did mine i painted it back and cleared it.......only lasted about 6 months before i ripped it off and threw it out
I'm not gonna paint it. I think it looks better on mine like this.
When you factor in the labor hour costs, you could have gone with a real prefab setup for the same money or less and less headaches for sure.

I'm not much for gutter cover grilles or sewerpipe CAIs.

If you decide to ditch it like the above post, here is what most end up going with: http://www.streetsceneeq.com/product_list.asp?mi=5 and you can download their install notes for free if you decide on another type of DIY.

It was a headache, but I kind of enjoyed it. It made me feel like I was accomplishing something. I don't have the money to buy a nice one, so I figured I might as well do something to hold me over.
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