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Mikey923

Debadging Grill Opinion With Picture (Ford Fusion)

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Please tell me what's your opinion..

Badged or debadged grill?

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And opinions of yellow fogs please!

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Think the debadge looks well ya know!

Personally, I'm not a fan a big fan of the yellow fogs, I'm still liking my 6000k Cree bulbs in there to match my xenons and sides, but maybe that's a bit behind the times now and euro-style yellow fogs are the new thing. Think it looks ok on newer Golfs and that, but even then only in certain colours, like white!

Just my 2 cents worth though as it's opinions you're after. Notice from your euro-style plates you might be into that style/scene so go for it if you like it! ;)

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Thanks! Being slowly turned off the fogs idea.. I like the debadged look though. Gives it a far more "edgy" look.

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im liking the debaged grill but not the yellow fogs sorry fella but as said if you like it then go for it

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I'm the other way round, keep the badge and go for yellow fogs!

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Not keen on either myself - are the yellow fogs actually legal where you are?

The debadged grille seems to make the car look too featureless/bland at the front imho.

Option I went for was to respray the chrome on the front badge in satin black, so it's still there but doesn't stand out so much - you could easily mock that up with some pvc tape or vinyl to get an idea.

If you're handy enough you could even do the proper job in vinyl if you felt it worth doing.

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