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Shiny billet grills...

A billet grill turns a plain jane trucks front end into a Cadillac, well maybe not, but it does look better. They come in many styles, including some with more or less space between grill rails and some with a larger or smaller thickness of the rails themselves. There is also the phantom grill which covers your headlights. Don't worry you can still shine the lights through them. Here's an Isuzu with the phantom grill.

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Installation isn't very hard at all. All you have to do is either cut out the factory grill or unbolted it, depending on what type of truck you have, then simply use the available hardware to bolt up the new billet grill. Easy as that. Just make sure everything is straight and solid. Here's an Isuzu with a regular billet grill.

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When you purchase the grill it sometimes comes with the installation hardware and sometimes it doesn't. Some of them are even universal, you have to cut them to size and use your own nuts and bolts to attach it. They usually cost around 75$, so just shop around for the lowest price.
Either way it's a very good investment to customize your ride so the heads start turning. This is what it looks like out of the box for an Isuzu ready to install.
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