okay i didnt know about that combo of truck...any ways. ive had some time to think so here i go... think about the look you want...
do you want option 1...
or do you want option 2...
for option one there is a little less involved...by that i mean i dont think...but dont quote me on...that there is any cutting involved. its 2 pieces
for option 2... get ready to hack... okay when i did mine i didnt plan to well so it doesnt look as good as i would like.if you have the chrome grill...get alot of cut off wheels as i said earlier. its a pain to cut through. if i was to do it again i would tape off the whole grill that way i can chart a line to cut on the grill.and basically the only part that will be left on your grill is the front. i just cut off the center bar out at the point where it is flat with the side(almost to the front) then i just cut from there. go slow. i got anxious and ended up with scratches from the cut off wheel sliding across the chrome. and also just to let you know this is not going to sit flat. the grill and the shell will have a gap on the sides...i havent seen a grill that doesnt. yes the picture looks like it but i have never seen one that does...well i cant think of any thing else i will pit down more if i think about it later... hope this helps.
2006 CHEVROLET SILVERADO EXTENDED CAB 4.8L
victory red/silverbirch metallic
DEBADGED; painted bowtie; cleared headlights; esky handles
40 Series flowmaster si/do
eclipse 8445; memphis belle waiting in the closet