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    Billet or honeycomb grille

    Any one know a Good place to look for a nice billet or coated honeycomb grill or insert fir 92 m.m.? I found some honeycombs ones in eBay but they are plastic and kinda cheap looking. I have seen coated metal inserts but can not remember where

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    You can buy pressed steel honeycomb but it ain't cheap and if you get flying stones off roads on a regular basis, it'll rust. There are aluminium mesh sheets pre painted black like this - https://www.ebay.com/itm/40-x-13-Bla....c100005.m1851

    If you want a near factory looking grille and yours is kinda broken and cracked, you can cut out the centre ribs/bars and epoxy glue some of that in place then hit it with epoxy paint over the whole thing to freshen it up. Very lightweight...
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    This one is plastic, but doesn't seem too flimsy. I have one like it on another vehicle, and it's pretty solid.
    https://www.amazon.com/Universal-Pla.../dp/B01BR0OEOE

    Then there's aluminum one, although it looks like the honeycomb walls might be too thin fo the look. You could give it a good coat of plastidip, maybe
    https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Hone.../dp/B00WF7DHJC

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    Fastenal carries both the woven mesh and the perforated aluminum sheet in black. Make an insert out of that and put it in the grille.
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