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I got tired of that ugly plastic upper and lower grill, so I custom fitted and installed these:
As you can see, I installed after market fog lights behind the upper grill:

Here's a side view:

All lights on with some sun light out:

Another side view:

Night pic:

Night pic, side view:


Hope most of you will like, thanks for any remarks.
 

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looks cool! is that gutter guard? have you put the fogs in the lower grill to see how that looks?
 

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what did you use? how did you install? details!
 

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Originally posted by hamster@Jun 8 2005, 12:18 AM
looks cool! is that gutter guard?  have you put the fogs in the lower grill to see how that looks?
Thanks, no it's not gutter guard, this grill you will find at your local pep boys and auto zone, it's made by APC, initialy I was going to put them behind the lower grill, but then I got this idea and I never looked back, I love it.
 

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Originally posted by greg091@Jun 8 2005, 07:45 AM
what did you use? how did you install? details!
I'm working on that right now.
 

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Originally posted by HaTeOnThYs05@Jun 8 2005, 03:44 PM
looks good, i wouldve prefered the foglights on the bottom also, but hey, its ur car...
Thanks, I wanted to put at bottom at first, but I think this looks alot cooler.
 

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That grill is high quality, but at around $40 a sheet its pretty damn expensive when gutter guard will give generally the same look. Nice job though... i definitely like the grill. I would like the fog lamps on the bottom also, but hey its your deal and definitely unique looking. Nice job!
 

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FYI - You can get a ticket for driving w/ hi-beams and fog/driving lights in Cali (don't know bout other states). They are only supposed to be used w/ lo-beams.

The grill looks good, but I don't care for the fogs up that high. Good job.
 

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Originally posted by FrostbytetC@Jun 8 2005, 08:32 PM
That grill is high quality, but at around $40 a sheet its pretty damn expensive when gutter guard will give generally the same look. Nice job though... i definitely like the grill. I would like the fog lamps on the bottom also, but hey its your deal and definitely unique looking. Nice job!
Thanks, I agree, if you can get gutter guard for cheaper, then go for it. I was lucky I found one on sale thou.
 

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Originally posted by chipmOnk@Jun 8 2005, 10:50 PM
Can you take some closeup pics?
Here's some more, hope this is what you wanted:




 

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whats holding the bottom one in place?
 

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Originally posted by hamster@Jun 9 2005, 10:55 PM
whats holding the bottom one in place?
Its beeing held in by the bumper where I drew the arrows, it squeezes in pritty good and does not move unless you push in hard from the outside. Also on the top, I folded a piece of mesh I had left over and I shoved it on top to make it tighter.
 
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