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Old 12-24-2011, 05:03 PM   #1
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New Polished Pony Delete Billet Grille

Love my new grille...Merry Christmas to me
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Old 12-26-2011, 04:11 PM   #2
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Very nice! My wife got the lower for me for Christmas since I already have the top as part of the MCA package. How easy was the lower install?
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Very nice! My wife got the lower for me for Christmas since I already have the top as part of the MCA package. How easy was the lower install?
The lower was a lot easier compared to the top...the lower took about 20 minutes
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Love my new grille...Merry Christmas to me
Looks awesome!!!!!!!!
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Thats hot!
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Thats hot!
Thanks I cant stop looking at it when I walk by my car haha
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Thanks I cant stop looking at it when I walk by my car haha
U should get a lawn chair and have a campout! Lol it looks great
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U should get a lawn chair and have a campout! Lol it looks great
Haha thanks...just spent another $200 today for a decklid panel, taillight tint, mustang 3rd break light and Matte black hood accent decals...I can't wait for them to come! It's gonna look hot!
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You should black out the trim between the grill and headlights and above the grille. That would look sick!
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You should black out the trim between the grill and headlights and above the grille. That would look sick!
That actually sounds pretty good I might take a look at that
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The lower was a lot easier compared to the top...the lower took about 20 minutes
Excellent. Hope it only takes me 20. That Airaid took longer than I expected!
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Old 12-27-2011, 07:09 PM   #13
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Excellent. Hope it only takes me 20. That Airaid took longer than I expected!
Ya my upper grille took a lot longer the said 30-45 minutes which was a load of crap considering I had to cut the mustang out for it to fit
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Ya my upper grille took a lot longer the said 30-45 minutes which was a load of crap considering I had to cut the mustang out for it to fit
What exactly did you have to do for the lower grille install? The instructions I received looked like they were written by someone who had never even seen a Mustang before.

It sounds like you have to get up behind the lower grille shell to place the "U" nuts, but I have a guard that completely precludes access to the rear of the lower grille shell.

Any advice would be much appreciated!
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What exactly did you have to do for the lower grille install? The instructions I received looked like they were written by someone who had never even seen a Mustang before.

It sounds like you have to get up behind the lower grille shell to place the "U" nuts, but I have a guard that completely precludes access to the rear of the lower grille shell.

Any advice would be much appreciated!
I did what you would do for the upper grille, opening up the hood removed the rivets and reached all the way down while I had my dad screwed in the the screws and I held the "U" nuts on the inside I don't think the grille pops out like the upper one
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Re: New Polished Pony Delete Billet Grille

great front end, she has a great smile! looks good!!!
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I did what you would do for the upper grille, opening up the hood removed the rivets and reached all the way down while I had my dad screwed in the the screws and I held the "U" nuts on the inside I don't think the grille pops out like the upper one
Jeez. So much for that being a quick install!
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great front end, she has a great smile! looks good!!!
Thanks!

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Jeez. So much for that being a quick install!
It wasn't too bad...took about 30 minutes
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Thanks!

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It wasn't too bad...took about 30 minutes
Pretty painless getting the over off?
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Old 01-02-2012, 07:11 AM   #20
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Pretty painless getting the over off?
Yup took about 5 minutes to pop all the rivets out and take it off
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