Silverhorse Racing Grille Insert Lower Honeycomb CS/Shelby GT 2007-2009

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Silverhorse Racing Grille Insert Lower Honeycomb CS/Shelby GT 2007-2009
Silverhorse Racing Grille Insert Lower Honeycomb CS/Shelby GT 2007-2009 Silverhorse Racing Grille Insert Lower Honeycomb CS/Shelby GT 2007-2009
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Product Description

SilverHorse Racing Lower Honeycomb Grille Insert for 2007-2009 California Special Mustangs and 2007-2009 Shelby GTs.

This California Special Mustang honeycomb lower grill insert from SilverHorse Racing is designed for a quick, snap-in installation and adds the perfect finishing touch. This piece is not only made to finish the appearance of your Mustang's front end but also protect the radiator, condensor and axillary inter-coolers from large impact debris while driving or competing.

This piece is made from UV stabilized ASA plastic and does not impede airflow to the radiator. This insert can also be riveted or glued into position for even more protection for your expensive engine cooling components.

Click Here for detailed instructions on how to install these lower grille inserts.

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Mustang Applications

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how do i get clips off the grill opening i can't seem to get them loose

Asked by: john rlm7
Reach inside the bottom of the front bumper and locate the arrow-shaped push clips that retain the left and right side OEM honeycomb panels in place. There will be four per side. Unclip the inner two clips closest to the grill opening on both sides, allowing the panels to pivot outward while remaining attached to the bumper at the outer edges by the other two clips. On most cars, this can be done by hand, but sometimes a small flat screwdriver will be required to help unlock the bumper from the clip, allowing it to release.
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Date published: 2015-10-12
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