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First of all, I had to remove the entire chrome grill shell from the hood. I then flipped it over and removed the honeycomb from the rear. Once the honeycomb is off, that's the end of it - it can't be reused.

Installation of the billet grill was pretty easy and required minimal drilling. It screws on to the factory grill frame with the 3 supplied flat brackets - that's where the drilling comes in. I think there's 4 or 5 holes that need to be drilled through the frame to accomodate the brackets.

After I got the grill in, I reinstalled the entire assembly, lined everything up, and tightened everything down. Took me about an hour and a half.

Looks okay, but I might want to do something different in the future. Maybe a body-color grill shell and some black honeycomb inserts would go good with my black trim theme.
 
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