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Installed a couple of weeks ago
 

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That's the black billet replacement grills upper and lower from CDC - Classic Design Concepts.
 

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Here are two pics. Not the best. I have the radiator extension covers and used the existing bump stop holes
 

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It all seriousness do hood pins serve a purpose or are they for looks? I have no idea. To each his own.
No they actually do serve a purpose especially when you go with an after market hood. At high speeds they like to lift up and the hood pins keep the hood secured down

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But there's different kinds of hood pins. There's some that you just 3m tape to the hood which isn't a true hood pin and then there's the others where you actually have to drill through the hood so you can mount the hood pin.
 

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Here are two pics. Not the best. I have the radiator extension covers and used the existing bump stop holes
I did mine yesterday. The UPR hood pin radiator bracket was my inspiration. I just enlarged the hole in the middle that has nothing attached to it. Then I dabbed lithium grease on the tip and closed the hood until it made a mark.

So I in essence (short of the awesome billet look), made my own UPR bracket. Great spot.





I made it very tight and removed the OEM latch, cable and hook altogether.





These pics aren't mine obviously but it is nearly identical.

I used 10 dollar stainless steel hoodpin set from Pepboys.
 
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