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Icon5 Question: Does this fit my Ranger?

Would a OEM 07+ grille fit my 01 Ranger?

I dont like the way mine looks.
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Not with your 01 hood
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Not with your 01 hood
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Thought it was too good to be true.

Should I go with somethin like this? (top one)

http://www.discountbodyparts.com/cat...=%20%20grilles
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whats wrong with your grille in the first place?
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I prefere the black rather than the chrome look.
I'm not 'nit-picking' but thats what mods are all about.
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Paint it with plasti dip its cheap and it looks great, its a spray and it sells in homedepot
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Paint it with plasti dip its cheap and it looks great, its a spray and it sells in homedepot
Yea I'll look into that. Thx
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i think the honeycombs look better. get the one from the link you posted.
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i think the honeycombs look better. get the one from the link you posted.
I agree! Thats on my to do list, along with a new valance (mine doesn't come with fog lights)
But I have to do this while saving for a wedding lol.. Sucks!
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honey comb is so much better looking, and nice for lights in the future
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I wonder how much i'd be to paint it to math my truck tho?
(the trim that goes under the headlights)
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