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    Default DIY: Badgeless Grille Mod

    For those who are interested in removing the front emblem and keep the look of the factory grille, this mod is for you. It's easy and very inexpensive.

    Tools:
    hand saw
    sand paper
    epoxy



    Step 1: Have a fellow Titan owner give you their grille scraps from their grille mod. Only the outer grilles scraps are needed for this mod.







    Step 2: Cut out emblem from your grille.








    Step 3: Cut out the usable portion from the scrap pieces. I split it into 3 pieces.






    Step 4: Attach the 3 pieces to your grille using a sandable and paintable epoxy.










    Step 5: Spray the grille flat black.


    End result.






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    Alsome write up N2, thanks!
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    Great write-up.
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    I think I may have to do this soon!

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    Ok im def going to look into doing this. Thats just clean.
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    Sweet!! That does look clean, much better then the billet grille in my opinion. I may just try this out on my truck. Thanks!

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    looks nice, now for a donor?
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    Damn, nice job. Doesn't even look like you epoxied any of those pieces on. Looks like it came that way

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    Really nice mod, i gotta try this soon. Thank god for the sticky.

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    It came out really neat. Good documentation!

    By the way grille inserts looked like it was OEM. Job well done.
    Last edited by proofhider; 05-31-2016 at 11:45 PM.

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