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      03-01-2008, 03:15 PM   #1
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Talking Matte black grill and bumper plug install pics

I finally got my grill and bumper plugs in. Installed in minutes. For the grill i followed the write-up by Picus, flawless write-up. And as for the bumper plugs, just followed the instructions. 1/4 drill bit and used the palm of my hand to comfortably push them in.

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looks great did you buy the grill, or DIY it?
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Nice Grill

Well done!

I just ordered my grill today. Can you post link to the instructions you used

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i bought the grill through **********s.com, came in 2 days, literally. Herehttp://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=47059 is the link for the grill install by Picus.
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Now u just need to black out the bottom grills
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where did u get the bumper plugs from? bumperplugs.com charges $35 (plus some ridiculous $8 shipping which I refuse to pay). Is there a cheaper way to fix those ED holes?
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under exterior, and yes i am going to paint the lower grills as well. Its really cold out here in Chicago and that feels like a spring mission. I'm going to take the longer but more intricate route of having to take off the front bumper and making sure it is perfect. I rally ca notice the silver o the bottom and it really bothers me.
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where did u get the bumper plugs from? bumperplugs.com charges $35 (plus some ridiculous $8 shipping which I refuse to pay). Is there a cheaper way to fix those ED holes?


As for that, here http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...me+depot+plugs a DIY post that should be easier and cheaper, given that you already have touch up paint. Check it out!
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