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Billet Grille Closed top or Open top

Well I'm thinking about getting a billet grille. I've been doing some looking and I was wondering what is meant by the open top and the closed top. I know that the open top theres no cutting required and the closed top cutting is required. How can I tell if I have an open top or a closed top.
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I gues no one one ranger forums know what is the differance between an open top billet grill or closed top. I want to put in a billet grill and I was worndering how you can tell
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....I know that the open top theres no cutting required and the closed top cutting is required....
Not quite...Try this.....should clear it up.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...osed+top+grill

Might get more people offering to help if you tell us some information about your truck too.
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Oh sorry it's a 2002 4x4 XLT extended cab.
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