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Old 11-21-2006
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2000 Billet Grill

Hey everyone, been browsing this forum for the last week or so and decided i should finally make my first post.

So I have a 2000 Ford Ranger and I'm looking to put a new billet grill on it.
What are the benefits of Cutting v.s. No Cutting?
If you have to cut the stock grill will you be unable to put the stock one back on?

The one I'm looking at right now is from Underdog Performance:
http://www.stuffforyourranger.com/st...f63d78a6b20c49

Anyone have this grill? Or any advice?

Thanks!
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Old 11-22-2006
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Hey everyone, been browsing this forum for the last week or so and decided i should finally make my first post.

So I have a 2000 Ford Ranger and I'm looking to put a new billet grill on it.
What are the benefits of Cutting v.s. No Cutting?
If you have to cut the stock grill will you be unable to put the stock one back on?

The one I'm looking at right now is from Underdog Performance:
http://www.stuffforyourranger.com/st...f63d78a6b20c49

Anyone have this grill? Or any advice?

Thanks!
I have that grille, You have to cut the bars out the middle for it to fit, So once you cut it out theres no going back unles you buy another grille shell. The billet grille mounts to the shell thus why you have to cut out the bars. You can do cutting its not that bad If you have a chrome grille you have to watch where you cut by the chrome because it does flake off really easy. My grille came with the shell already installed so I did not have to cut my stock one I simply unbolted my stock grille and placed on the new shell with the grille already installed in it. They grille/shell combos can be pricey though.

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that carriage works grill looks good but will gap on the sides...check my cardomain to see pics of it installed on mine...
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/519346
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Old 11-22-2006
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yea i have the same grill!!! i deff love it
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