Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1990k5fan, Mar 17, 2007.
Which grill should I go with?
Like they say chrome dont get you home.
Get a billet grill, ebay for $60 shipped.
I think that the stock grille looks the best.
Grille number 2 no question. Stocker egg crate is ugly, and big chrome tube tard grilles are worse than stock. They say " I wanted something different than stock, but I have no taste."
It's the flat blade style billet grille or just forget it.
Just to be clear, Grill & Grille are the same thing, both can be used to describe a automotive grill.
grill? bah... scrap it, the core support, fenders and hood and just tube it.
Your the only one giving me sh1t about it. Can't take a joke? Jeez.
I like #2 the best, it looks the cleanest
Stocker, all the way!
I think I'm going to go with number 2. I originally liked that the best and I want to keep the Bowtie.
Off topic: Can someone find me the part number to the bottom light lenses? I've looked all through that catalog and can't find the one for the bottom part of the quad lighting.
Wait for a Hartley TNT grille!!
Never heard of that grill before. I'll go google it.
If your not going stock, then get you a Hartley. I'd post a pic of mine but the wife's got my camera. It'll be the last one you ever have to buy.
Look in the vendor section. Larry's, aka Metalmelter, is in there.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Go with Larry's grille's. They are the shiznit! I have one coming soon for my '83 K10. They are awesome!
Guys I already have the quad lighting.
I guess im going with number 2. Did anyone find the part number that I mentioned earlier? For the lower lense and bulb of the lighting?
I'd still definantly go with #2 after looking at that Hartley deal. Tubing isn't exactly attactive.... I'll look in my LMC and find the lights for you.
I think many fellas here don't quite get the look you are after....but I do.
I like the 2nd grill because you keep the Tie.
Out of those options I like #2. The best looking grill IMO is a phantom grill in the #2 style that covers lights and all.
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