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Thread: How to remove grille - Escalade 99-00

  1. #16
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    Re: How to remove grille - Escalade 99-00

    Yep, since the grille was attached to the chrome exterior, there was no way but to cut it out. More work than I expected, but thanks for the advise on the first place.

    Del




  2. #17
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    Re: How to remove grille - Escalade 99-00

    I've never posted the finish product, here it is.....








  3. #18
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    Re: How to remove grille - Escalade 99-00

    You gotta get 24's. THats just plain GAUDDY on a stock rimmed Lade. Where are you? Kansas maybe? With a super cattle guard like that you must be pushing sheep or something. Ha Ha

  4. #19
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    Re: How to remove grille - Escalade 99-00

    Quote Originally Posted by skides1
    You gotta get 24's. THats just plain GAUDDY on a stock rimmed Lade. Where are you? Kansas maybe? With a super cattle guard like that you must be pushing sheep or something. Ha Ha
    Oh, Oh We got ourselves a comedian here, ok first if you look at the tags, it's European, actually Great Britain, and your wrong, I'm not in Kansas. And as for the guard, well if you live here you can see that there are alot of sheeps, badgers, fox and all other creatures that comes popping at night in the back roads.

    As for the wheels, let's put it this way, that was my first mod way back when, I only took them off due to winter coming around the corner and with the narrow roads here and since Brits don't clean the roads like in the states, I'm getting prep for the black ice. Believe you me if I can keep my 20's on year round, I would. And I wouldn't get anything bigger than 20's out here due to poor road conditions. And Yes I'm an American living in the UK.

    Here's what my car actually looks during summer:





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