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Homemade front grill cover
It's been a bitter winter here this year. Many of the truckers around here have the covers on the grill to help keep our trucks warm. I myself have noticed that anytime this winter that my truck will cool way down unless driving, so thought it might be a good idea to get a front/bra cover for it.
I know you can find the grill covers around on the internet, but i was wondering if anyone has made their own covers their selves?
Think about customizing my own maybe out of leather, or some type of plastic/cloth to help keep the engine bay nice and toasty.
Anyone go photos of their homemade ones, info on the material they used ect...?
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