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post #1 of 8 Old 09-26-2007, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know if a grille from an 05 or newer will fit an 03? I love the 05's much better but cant justify buying a new truck to get a grille
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You can get them on ebay modded to fir your rig even 07s

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Sounds good! thanks
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yep ebay's got 'em about $300 I think. I just hacked the crap outta one tryin' to get it to fit, but I ended up just doing the whole conversion....$300 sounds like a lot of cash, but worth vs. doing ot yourself...well at least if your ME it is...LOL

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I got a new 06 grill for free, took a little time, somewhat of a hack job and a little filing and got it in. About all it requires is cutting 1 and 1/2 inch from the bottom, including cutting off the bottom retaining clips that hold it in. Give me a little time I will try to take pictures. I wanted the newer grill, just did not want to spend the bucks for the complete kit. I got lucky and got a new grill that had damage on the lower left corner, below the line where I had to cut. Kind of easy to practice on something you did not have to pay for. Did the man thing, beat on my chest and proclaimed I am the greatest when done.

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All you have to do is cut some off the bottom like 014 said... to match your bumper because the newer bumpers are shorter and the grill taller..
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There are conversion kits from the powerstrokestore.com
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I have an '05 grill on my '02...the entire bumper and grill assembly were changed. You can see it in the avatar, or I can send you a couple pics if you prefer. Good luck.

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