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Old 10-19-2012, 05:54 PM   #1
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My new 2013 grilles came in!

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Like em? Both for under 200$
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:35 PM   #2
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Like em? Both for under 200$
Are they from AM?
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Old 10-19-2012, 10:28 PM   #3
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Are those full replacement pieces?

Or, do they just overlay the stock grill? They seem a little short on mount points, but it's hard to tell from the picture.

Nice carpet, BTW.


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Are those full replacement pieces?

Or, do they just overlay the stock grill? They seem a little short on mount points, but it's hard to tell from the picture.

Nice carpet, BTW.

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Haha thanks. It came with hardware but no instructions. So I asked them wtf do I do?! It's billet aluminum powder coated matte black.

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Haha thanks. It came with hardware but no instructions. So I asked them wtf do I do?! It's billet aluminum powder coated matte black.
They are full replacement grilles
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$200 = no instructions.
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Lol gotta love not getting instructions.
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$200 = no instructions.
It got good reviews and it said if any installation help is needed call this number or email and so far I got no response back so kind of pissed. They do take returns. Btw the billet grilles from AM are around that price too...
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Mine come in tomorrow. I CAN'T WAIT!!!!! The way I understood it, the stock ones just pop out, and when u snap these in they go over the fog lights so no need in taking those out.
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So to follow up on my recent post, I have received my billet grill from AM. The bottom one is an overlay so it shouldn't be a problem. The top one the other hand, u have to completely take the bumper off. Well we started to get into it and the instructions say there r 4 bolts on each side of the bumper to remove, but there r bolts all under the bumper all the way across. The part is for a GT and mine is a GT premium so idk if that makes a difference. All that said we have postponed the installation til I can call AM or figure out whats going on. If someone can help with this that would be awesome
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Like em? Both for under 200$
Very nice may look into some myself.
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I did my first underwood dress up , added a Moroso fuse cover & coolant tank.

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It got good reviews and it said if any installation help is needed call this number or email and so far I got no response back so kind of pissed. They do take returns. Btw the billet grilles from AM are around that price too...
Any luck with the grilles yet?
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Any luck with the grilles yet?
I got an email back with instructions. But I still don't have my car lol hopefully it will be here this week then I can install everything.
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Oh yeah. I'm ready to see!!
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