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    Default Grill mesh replacement

    A while ago I decided to replace my beaten front grill mesh. While I was at it, I replaced all of them with this hexagonal mesh...

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    Nice! I like the look of that. shouldnt restrict the air too much either.

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    Love this grill, where did you get it? How did you secured it!

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    Mesh is from https://www.customcargrills.com/ and it’s attached with bunch of ties from https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...p?Product=4335

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    Nice.
    What I see you should have about 15% to 20% better air flow.

    Very tempted to do that to mine

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    That looks nice, what size mesh did you use
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveCapeCod View Post
    That looks nice, what size mesh did you use
    It's a 0.25in opening

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