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Old 12-26-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if I were to take out the pony on a pony package grill if it would fit in a base model grill?
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I'm confused on the question. Are you talking about taking out the whole grille? Or just the actual pony? I assume you're talking about the actual pony based on your question and I don't know if that's a snap in, snap out type of operation...
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It will brake the tabs if you try and remove it
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I'm confused on the question. Are you talking about taking out the whole grille? Or just the actual pony? I assume you're talking about the actual pony based on your question and I don't know if that's a snap in, snap out type of operation...
Im talking about just the pony. I think the pony is screwed in from the back, but I'm not sure.

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I bought a base grill and I don't have the pony that goes in it however. Im wanting to know if the pony package pony can fit right in if I were to take it off mine.
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dont think that one will remove that easily, but it will fit in the base grille. removal, now that'll be the kicker...
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If you have the stock grill and pony package grill... why not measure? If the horses are the same size, just rip it out and glue it in the new one. Stock grills have the horse outline molded in them anyway, so it's not like you're messing anything up by permanently joining the two.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:47 AM   #7
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If you have the stock grill and pony package grill... why not measure? If the horses are the same size, just rip it out and glue it in the new one. Stock grills have the horse outline molded in them anyway, so it's not like you're messing anything up by permanently joining the two.
Yep I just don't have the new one yet.

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If you have the stock grill and pony package grill... why not measure? If the horses are the same size, just rip it out and glue it in the new one. Stock grills have the horse outline molded in them anyway, so it's not like you're messing anything up by permanently joining the two.
I've seen your handy work, I hope I can do as well
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