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Old 09-20-2004, 03:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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first of all, don't laugh at me.. i guess u can... i removed something but i can't get it back in..

this weekend, i removed my grills in the front to black them out... i found this really good side that showed me how to do it.. fine... i finished everything n they turned out better than i anticipated..

but not the problem is i can get those things back on... is there a trick to snap those babies in there again..
also the grills said L and R on each.. does R go towards the passenger or the driver side?

thanx guyz...

btw, i didn't remove the alternator cooler (or whatever it's called to remove the grill since one of them was a little loose.. so i just put my hand through that one and removed the other as well)
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never mind guyz... i was able to install them... wuz trying the wrong grill on the wrong side... one snapped back in pretty tight...
the other seems to b a little loose... afraid its gonna fall off...
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If one is loose you may have broken one of the clips....
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Old 09-20-2004, 05:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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pics?? i want to see how that looks, i was thinking about doing that, but i have a silver car...
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I did it to my car, sanded the chrome down a bit. Sprayed 2 coats primer. saned primer with 400 grit, sprayed another 2 coats. Then 3 or 4 coats of black.
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thas exactly how i did mine...

here is the link guyz... hope it helps..

DIY on Painting Grill Surrounds Black

having some technical difficulties posting pics... i DO NOT HAVE a DIGITAL CAMERA handy... somebody has borrowed it...

trust me its work spending the six bucks and hour and a half of labor then to spend $60 on ebay... they look pretty much the same imo...
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thas exactly how i did mine...

here is the link guyz... hope it helps..

DIY on Painting Grill Surrounds Black

having some technical difficulties posting pics... i DO NOT HAVE a DIGITAL CAMERA handy... somebody has borrowed it...

trust me its work spending the six bucks and hour and a half of labor then to spend $60 on ebay... they look pretty much the same imo...
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Yea i think they look better actually, bc they are glossy instead of flat black plastic looking.
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