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black billet grille?

where is a good place to get the black billet grille for my 02 edge?
 
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Here is where i bought mine
 
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underdog doesn't seem to have them unless im lookin in the wrong spot
 
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Dang I was looking at them the other day on there. Shame too. Nevermind then lol go to Smakes' link
 
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I pulled them off the underdog site. I have been bitten from items that are "manufacturer drop shipped". This means I sell it, then have carriage works ship it. JBA and Superlift have all bit me hard with 2 week- 8 week lead times. thats not good for the customer or me.

JBA and Superlift come from a weight problem. To stock it, a lift kit costs about $120 to ship the kit to me, then another $120 to ship it to the customer. Without the manufacturer drop ship, the price is too high. With it, the lead times get me in trouble. If you ever wondered why I never sold brake rotors- this is the reason. I've offered to buy 20+ brake rotor pairs, but the freight becomes the deal breaker.

Carriage works hasn't been a bad company. They sold well, but too many different items to stock.
 
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so you would reccommend me going straight through carriage works?
 
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Find the part number from carriage works, but Summit would probably be cheaper than going direct to carriage.
 
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