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Old 03-13-2006
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PS a billet grill plz

Hey guys.. i was thinkin about gettin a street scene billit grill or a regular stainless steel one.. i was wondering if someone could take a shot at photoshoppin one on my truck.. anything is appreciated.. go at it




i also got some clear corners recently and here is a flex shot on the expressway.. all stock suspension..


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Look here, we did some of this already today.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=19907
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Def go with either a one piece, black or regular chrome billet!!!
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just curious.. what all is involved with using a one piece for those that have the 3 piece grill? is there any cuting of those vertical pieces? or does it lay right over them.. im just wondering what's done with them.
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