What does this grill look like? How is it different from the '05?Electric Banana said:Yes, I did pay $39 for them on Ebay and shipping was free. They are OEM and they come with mounting posts on them that would require holes to be drilled in the fender to mount them as well as two-sided tape. I cut off the mounting posts and used just the tape. Went on fine. They sell the pony grille as well but it is over $300 so I am trying to convince myself that I don't love it (so far it's working but I know deep down that I would love to have it).
Hey Phattzz, I ordered those too, got 'em about two weeks ago, but they've been sitting in the box as I formulated a strategy for install. I really like the sounds of your approach; thus, the following questions:PHATTZZ STANG said:Mine are the 1968 tribar ponies. I shaved the pins off and used 3M tape to apply. This was my very first mod. Check it out. Got'em for $9 apiece and better quality.
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Here you go. I just ordered mine last Friday.DrDoom said:What does this grill look like? How is it different from the '05?
By now you have probaly figured it out but use a grinder and grind the pins down //next take the 3m tape and place it in the middle of the tribars. You will need to double up on the tape in the middle and you will get maximum stick.zregime said:Hey Phattzz, I ordered those too, got 'em about two weeks ago, but they've been sitting in the box as I formulated a strategy for install. I really like the sounds of your approach; thus, the following questions:
1) You "shaved" them off...could you share the specifics/tools of that technique?
2) Did you put the tape on just the pony, or where? The ones I got are concave, where the tribar edge would be the only contact point. I was trying to figure out how I was gonna do that tape job, so as to ensure maximum "stickage"...
Thanks in advance, bro...