im not a fan of the sweet tooth, but to each his own. just like i dont like how chrome rims look with a white body.
personally i have a aluminum billet grille.
but i am digging those speed grilles. but i cant see spending $130 for some aluminum mesh that probaly only cost $5.
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ya thats probably true that the speed grills are over priced considering how much it costs to produce em. but they still look good and for a dodge i think its better than a billet grill. check out whitesport's truck he has it on there and looks good
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