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Whick billet grill is the best

Jornum1

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Clifton, NJ
Year, Model & Trim Level
1999 Sport 4x4 SOHC
hey guys I want to get a Billet grill for my truck. From what I see I can find 3 different manufacturers. APC, Steel Horse, and Stull. Does anyone have one, which one, how do you like it. They range from 90-140 dollars. I was wondering what everyone thought of these, and if anyone has one, how do they like it, and how easy was instalation. Thanks guys
Jason

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'99 Sport SOHC Auto
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Sony Mobile Es head unit,
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Tourture

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'93 XLT
ford makes a nice one for the 95-99 explorers Dead Link Removed

eric




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Eric
93 XLT 4x4 4.0L
 






4Wheelin

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I have the Stull on my '93 and it was fairly easy to install, and cost me $100. I put it on in about and hour and a half. I have the brushed and I think it looks great.

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Ryan Kelso
93 Explorer Sport 4x4
K&n Drop in
ProComp Prerunner
Stull Billet Grille
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mrsteve

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I've got the Stull billet grille. It cost $100 dollars from performance products. I think they are being discontinued though. At least that's what p.p. told me. It only took like 30-45 mins to install. Just remove the black plastic thing up front. The unscrew the factory grille, and pull it out. Then the hardest part is drilling a hole in the hood release so you can open the hood. Then screw the new grille in and put the plastic thing back on. hope this helps

Steve
 






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