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Worried about the damage kicked-up road debris can inflict on your truck? Well, stop your worrying, because these particles are no match against a durable Bumper Grille. This grille keeps your engine bay protected from small rocks, bugs, and rubble thrown up by the road. Aside from preventing the entry of dirt into the engine compartment, this component also enhances the protection offered by your bumper. Made using top-grade materials, this grille is crafted to give your vehicle years of excellent protection. Popular materials used in making bumper grilles include aluminum, black powdercoated steel, and stainless steel. Now, what's great about aluminum grilles is that they're lightweight and won't affect the performance of your engine. Black powdercoated steel and stainless steel bumper grilles on the other hand, are built to be extra-hardwearing and corrosion-resistant. Some bumper grilles have also been UV-treated to prevent warping, cracking, and fading associated with exposure to extreme heat. Others still, come with fog light holes to let you retain full use of your fog lamps. Beyond shielding your ride against damage, this bumper component also enhances the appearance of your vehicle's front end. Available in different styles and designs, this grille can easily give your vehicle a customized look. If what you're after is a sportier appearance, then we recommend going for black powdercoated bumper grilles. But if what you want is a sleeker look, then chrome-finished bumper grilles are the way to go. Boost your bumper's protection and aesthetics by getting a Bumper Grille from Auto Parts Warehouse now!
Things to Consider when Buying a Bumper Grille
You may think that grilles are all about letting in air. That's what the slits are for, right? Well, yeah! But you can't deny that these grilles, especially those on the front end or the bumper, help create a perfect look for your vehicle as well. The grille can make your ride look flashier, fiercer, or even more luxurious. So if you want style and function all rolled into one, you may want to consider your options.
Grilles come in OEM factory style and custom designs. If you simply want a replacement that will retain the same look of your car, then go for OEM style. But if you want something different (with more designs and options to choose from), shop for custom bumper accessories.
Type of materials
Aluminum, stainless steel, or ABS plastic? So what's it going to be? To help you make up your mind, here's what you have to know about the different types of materials used in car grilles:
- Stainless steel - It is by far the most durable of all grille materials. In fact, it is three times tougher than aluminum. Stainless steel grilles have high resistance to corrosion and wear. They're quite easy to maintain as well, making them a great choice for off-road vehicles.
- Aluminum - What makes aluminum a commonly used material for grille construction is its light weight and flexibility. It can be easily molded into different shapes and designs. It's tough (though not as durable as stainless steel) and resistant to corrosion. This metal may sport a dull gray or sleek silvery color.
- ABS plastic - The best selling point of ABS plastic grilles is their cheaper price, not to mention that they're really light. This material won't rust. However, it's not as durable as steel.
The finish can make a difference to the overall effect or look of the grille. To help you decide what kind of grille to get, here are the different types of finish to think about:
- Chrome - What you'll like about this finish is that it's highly polished. So if you want something sleek on your vehicle exterior, then this could be the best choice for your grille.
- Painted - This is actually a subtype. The frame or mesh may be painted to complement the design and look of the vehicle.
- Powder coated - This gives the grille the grainy surface. It may have the effect of graphite or matte.
- Customized - Different grille manufacturers offer different types of finish, from sleek to out of the ordinary.
The How-To in Replacing a Bumper Grille
The bumper is your ride's first layer of defense against crash energy. It bends, cracks, or splits into two when absorbing such a powerful force. There's no doubt that the bumper serves as the muscle of your car or truck. But other than that, it can also be another element of style that can give your vehicle that sporty look, sophisticated charm, or even the oozing sex appeal. A bumper grille can definitely add a cosmetic touch to your ride. If you'll be replacing that old, worn-out grille, here's a quick guide.
Difficulty level: Moderate
What you'll need:
- New bumper grille
- Trim panel removal tool
- Nut driver
Step 1: Pop the hood and keep it open with a hood a prop. Look for nuts, clips, and other fasteners that hold the bumper and the grille.
Step 2: Remove seals, covers, or whatever blocks complete access to the retainers of the grille.
Step 3: To take out the bumper grille, you may need to remove the bumper cover to get access to the retainers. Pry off the nuts, clips, and other seals on the top, bottom, or side of the cover.
Step 4: Now that you've already removed the old grille, see if the new one will fit perfectly. Some grilles may be readily installed; others require you to paint them first before installation.
Step 5: Install the new bumper grille. Line it up on the existing retaining holes and then reinstall the retainers. If the retainers are already worn out, replace them with new ones.
Step 6: Seal the retainers until they're locked in place, making sure that the bumper grille is secured.
Step 7: Put back the bumper cover you've removed. All clips, screws, or fasteners should be back in place.
Step 8: Close the hood and check the newly installed bumper grille. Take your vehicle for a test drive to see if the grille on your bumper is thoroughly sealed or still loose that it may fall off.
- When working on your vehicle, you should wear closed-toe shoes, overalls, and other protective clothing.
- Put on safety glasses or latex gloves if necessary.