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Old 01-07-2010
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snow pictures and a sad thing happened

Well got another decent dusting here. twice in one winter is very rare for here. Anyway took some pics and also had to do something that made me a little sad.

What once was....
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From what I can tell the primer separated due to the temperature shifting from warm to cold so often it caused it to crack and then separate. So I put my stock grille back on. Not sure if I will put the h-bar grille back on or not. May just sell it.

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Last but not least. The all ford all TRUCK driveway FTW!
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Great shots Mike!
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I like your stock grill better personally.
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Old 01-07-2010
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I like your stock grill better personally.
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Old 01-07-2010
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Yeah. Strangely as much as I love the honeycomb grilles your truck looks better with the original one on it...

PS why are you getting snow while alaska is raining!!!!!!!1
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great pics man! i hope you put that grill back on it, it looked killer!
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Man, I painted my wife's Subaru's plastic/chrome grille and it has some small chips too, sucks.
I took the time to prep it and clean it well, layered the primer and then paint but it didn't hold as well as I hoped.
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I like the grill you put back on better imo
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Good shots.. personally.. I like the stock grill better...! looks meaner
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I like your stock grill better personally.
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we got the same here in GA it came at 6pm and went in to the night and stuck1/2 inch hahaha
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I like your stock grill 10000x more. I never like 06+ Grills. and I only like the color matched 04-05 grill. The only way to roll if you have an 04+ Truck IMO.

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stock grill looks WAYY better, leave it on.
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Try to fix it and put it back on.
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Stock grill FTW.
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nice pics, we got the same little winter snow storm hear as well, but sadly now Ranger snow pics, it was in the garage
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Mike, the stock grille does look much better. Sorry that all your work on the other grille was busted up by the cold temperatures.
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Looks good
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