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post #1 of 27 Old 12-05-2012, 09:04 AM Thread Starter
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New Grill.. What do you think?

Made me a custom grill.. what do you all think? Good? Bad? Could improve? Need input! (Its NOT completely finished, Will post more pictures when it is!)
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7.3 and my 6.0.

6.0, 2003.
EGR Delete
APR Headstuds
SCT Tuner
Upgraded oil cooler
4'' Turbo back
FASS Fuel system
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7.3, 1996.

Bone stock with
Motor and trannie swap with under 150,000 miles.
Red and black

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paint? but looks great
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Yeah I am gonna paint it after I weld the rest of it.. and thanks!


7.3 and my 6.0.

6.0, 2003.
EGR Delete
APR Headstuds
SCT Tuner
Upgraded oil cooler
4'' Turbo back
FASS Fuel system
..

7.3, 1996.

Bone stock with
Motor and trannie swap with under 150,000 miles.
Red and black
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What color scheme, black and red?
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Yes the IH will be red and black and I am thinking black on the rest..


7.3 and my 6.0.

6.0, 2003.
EGR Delete
APR Headstuds
SCT Tuner
Upgraded oil cooler
4'' Turbo back
FASS Fuel system
..

7.3, 1996.

Bone stock with
Motor and trannie swap with under 150,000 miles.
Red and black
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i would black out the mesh. but leave the frame chrome

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that looks sweet dude, i like the color your planning but the surround should match the chrome imho

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I was thinking about chrome on it but wasn't sure, but I think I am gonna go chrome on the frame.. I think it will match the rest better! Thanks guys!


7.3 and my 6.0.

6.0, 2003.
EGR Delete
APR Headstuds
SCT Tuner
Upgraded oil cooler
4'' Turbo back
FASS Fuel system
..

7.3, 1996.

Bone stock with
Motor and trannie swap with under 150,000 miles.
Red and black
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I do like the IH.... will have to see it on a truck b4 i decide if i like it or not.... looks good tho

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i meant chrome on frame btw, lol

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