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#16 Dan829



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Posted 09 November 2013 - 12:08 AM

So finally I have managed to get the inserts finished, and get the grill on the car. Very happy with the result :D

In answer to my question, no the chrome is not transferable. There is actually a different grille with cars that have chrome, as it has extra tabs and holes to hold the chrome on. I can show pictures if you want.



that sir, looks marvellous. bravo. 


reference the grill with chrome do you still have the pictures? i have a chrome insert, and looking at getting an asian grill...


many thanks.


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#17 2011fiesta


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Posted 09 November 2013 - 04:31 PM

Looks good fellow asian grille member! :D

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Posted 17 November 2013 - 10:15 PM

I have fitted the Asian grill 2 :-D
I want to get it sprayed gloss black and then the silver inserts sprayed white any tips how or where to get it done thanks

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Posted 17 November 2013 - 10:38 PM

just google your local sprayers, I'm looking to get mine done :) might try it my self what could go wrong lol haha :D 

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 10:29 PM

So, my grill arrived today, not too bad on delivery time really, given that it came from Poland, via Germany and there was a long weekend bank holiday in the middle (dunno if that would affect delivery). So I went to halfords and purchased my frozen white paint, had all the re st from a project on an old car so I shall set to work today getting the inserts painted.

Being honest, I have not actually opened the box yet and looked t it, are the inserts easy to remove?

Edit: so it seems the inserts are really easy to remove, just 4 small clips holding them in.

I have sanded them down, and applied an initial light coat of primer. I plan on applying another couple of coats, then lightly sanding it down again and applying another coat or two before starting with paint. Shame today is my last day off this week, a least I have an afternoon off in a couple of days. At least I know each coat will be dry haha

This is the inserts, the one on the bottom is sanded down, the top is untouched:

oo thats handy id asked on another thread if these came out or not, def will make life easier, just need to look for some DLR's to fit.......

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