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Old 10-09-2010, 11:53 PM
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Winter grill guard!

Ok i have been looking around for a winter grill guard. So far there has not been to much luck. Today i came across this http://www.cabelas.com/product/Auto-...0#productChart

I know a few people were looking for one, so hopefully this helps you out.

Also post up any pics of things you have made to help keep the heat in during the long grueling winters. If it is custom, maybe parts list and quick write up on how you did it.
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Old 10-10-2010, 12:24 AM
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John I couldn't get your link to work, try this one.

Cabela's: Winter/Summer Truck Grille Covers
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For the price I don't think you can beat the Cabela's.
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hey guys i spent all of last winter in Dickinson ND and all the work trucks(fords) ! had winter fronts on them. They were nice looking all black with huge ford logo in the middle so when i came back home my local dealer said no suck luck for our trucks i want something nice looking with a logo on it i had cardboard lol but its cheap looking so if all you smart ppl can help with any input this would b awesome !!!!!
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Ya, im trying to find something that looks good too.
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I know its not the grill guard, but I took a piece of plexi-glass cut it the width of the radiator, ran it up to the race car shop and had a 2" 90 deg bend put in the top of it. I drop it down between the radiator and core support. The 2" bend holds it on lace, and my truck warms up great. If I need to tow, I just warm the truck up and then remove it.
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