I was just curious how easy they are to install before I buy them. Thanks!
I didn't try to pry mine open I just pushed them straight on. no bleeding :nono:YAAAABUDDY03 said:Once thats off the metal clips will be a biatch to get on just because they're so tuff to pull apart in fear of you slicing your finger open on the little teeth things it has. Then install the grill back on, and you're done. Pretty easy if you ask me.
You got that wrong. You save $37 for the bottom, and you save $58 for the top. They are actually $60.87 for the bottom, and $95.50 for the main grille. Still better than Stylin' Concepts.rockadaous said:$37 for bottom and $58 for top. I wish i would have found this earlier, but
your observant :jawdrop: i never noticed that hahahahakaui56 said:has anyone bought anything from "bangtime"? "how can we bang you?" what kind of slogan is that...sounds like they are going to f* you up the ars after they get your money...hahaha
The SS Grille set comes with a little kit that lets you open the hood by pulling on a little T-Handle which droops down between the bottom edge of the grille and the top edge of the bumper - it's completely hidden from view and only accessible when you pop the hood latch.kevstang67 said:Im thinking of getting the inserts too and hadnt even thought about popping the hood with these installed. What is the t-handle referred to in the message above?