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Old 11-18-2004
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I currently have a Street Scene Mesh Grille and have sold it on RPS and now I want to replace it with a billet grille. Are there any brands that I should stay away from? I've heard T-Rex and Trenz are the best. What all do you have for your XLT 2WD? I am looking for a flush mount and if someone has pics of theirs please post.
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i have a t-rex on my F150, acutally my second since i upgraded to a better one. more bars and cheaper in my experience, and great customer service too
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Crappy pic, but you can see the grille. It's a Trenz.

http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0SADxA...96625645037565
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Mine is an upgrade from my Street Scene Mesh Grille.

Here is my grille now:

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Looks good man. Truck, as always, looks clean as hell. Makes me wish more and more everyday that I bought a stepside.
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I really like your new grill.

One question though, why get rid of the mesh one? I have been thinking about getting the mesh style, thanks...

Again man killer truck.
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awsome
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I really like your new grill.

One question though, why get rid of the mesh one? I have been thinking about getting the mesh style, thanks...

Again man killer truck.
The only reason I got rid of the mesh grille was because I was going for a cleaner look and the billet grille pulled it off for me. I know others with the mesh grille and they love them.
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