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So I was messing with the cad at work and thought about making a new grill for my truck. This was just a rough idea but making it like the Ford oval honey comb and then a Ford emblem in the middle. Any ideas for materials? Advice? Thanks
OP, if you do end up making the honeycomb style and like how it turns out, I'd buy one for a '91 front end!
Originally Posted by RockyF150
So many forget about the hood safety release behind the grill. Take that into factor. It appears you'll have more than enough room to get your hand thru the holes to get to it.
I never looked too closely under the 92 hood, but I know on my 91 that if I remove the plastic cover piece that goes from the front of the rad support and covers the top of the headlight housings, I can reach my release with the hood popped open from the cab without an issue
1991 F150 XLT Lariat - 300 I6/E4OD, 2 Wheel Drive, Bright Regatta Blue Metallic
Mods: True duals, 55w AUX reverse lights, Smoked tails/reflector, Smoked corners, 31x10.50s, 15x10s, Blacked out grille, Diamond plate bed rails, Tampa Bay Rays fuzzy dice, 2.5in level, 2in rear block, 6,000K HIDs, LED grille lights, Custom clear headlights
Yea I think oval size should be fine. Maybe trying to find like a new f350 Ford emblem to toss in the middle. Lol or just have Ford script cut into it. It will be a little time before a make one and make sure it is ok to do it at work using the water jet machine.