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I decided to get rid of that big hole on the front of my Titan that shows off it's fan. I bought a street scene speed grill. I bought only the lower grill to cover this hole as I have a grill/brush gaurd w/lights that covers most of the upper grill. I am having a problem getting it to go on. The instructions are a little vague and the clip system doesn't seem like it is going to be very secure. There also seems to be a problem with the lisence plate bracket. I am not sure they inteded or designed this product for states that require a fornt plate. Have any of you installed this product or similar products? It doesn't do much for my truck sitting in my closet.:crying:
 

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Got any pics of the grill & the clips ?

Been considering getting this myself, but wasn't sure about the 'no drilling' install.
 

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This is a picture from the vendor showing what my truck should look like if I can figure out the install. I am thinking more beer before my next attempt. That always makes things go better! Just for imput these are the wheels on my wish list. They may have to wait until spring, winters are just to harsh up here.
 

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I actually just helped my brother in law put that one on his titan a couple weeks ago. The black plugs that hold the bottom in are pretty obvious--just hold the grill up, mark where you want them to hit, drill the holes and your set. The top clips we tried to do without taking the top grill off but it was pretty impossible. With it off we first spaced out the clips on the top where we wanted them, then put the bottom black plugs in. With him on the inside holding the clips in place, I took a flat head, opened up the clips a bit and pushed the grill in place, one clip at a time. The instructions are really vague but it seems out technique seems to have worked well. The grill feels solidly in place. But I don't think I would even try to put this on by myself.
 

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Kenny, thanks for the help. That is exactly what I was looking for. I did try to do it myself and did not remove the upper grill.
 

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No problem. If you need anything else, let me know.
 

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I had to take the upper grill out to put mine in. Worked great even with the front license plate here. Sure should help the radiators getting all dinged up from rocks. I had to take it out to install my Stillen trans cooler though. Just remeber to take out all of the clips that hold the upper grill out of the body and snap them into the grill before replacing. learned this one the hard way and 2 beers later.:smoke:
 

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Nuts - figured it wouldn't be as easy as they said - thanks for confirming Kenny !
 

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hey kenny flyers suck go pens! LOL
 

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Energizer...like your truck. Could you post a side view? Mainly I am wondering if you have a leveling kit or lift and if you could a little info on your wheel and tire choice.
 

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Energizer, thanks for the side shot and info. You have gone farther with your truck than I think I can afford. You have a beautiful ride, you should be proud.
 

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Did you order chrome or black,I'm thinking I would like a black one for mine,anybody got pic's?
 

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Energizer said:



thats a nice set up you have there!


I am assuming you left the original grill in there since I can see the Hamburger backing still behind the No Fear?
 
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