Car & Truck Custom Grilles

Wire Mesh, Classic Billet, CNC Machined, Tubular

Imagine a world where everyone’s face looked the same, boring and nondescript. Very depressing. But that’s the reality of the vehicle world, where every car and truck looks basically the same as the one that preceded it down the assembly line. Dare to be different! The grille is your vehicle’s “face”, and the perfect way to personalize your ride and set it apart from the masses is with one of our custom grilles.

T-Rex Billet Grilles

Our selection of custom grilles is unmatched. We have the latest styles from all the top brands. Choose from elegant, polished stainless steel mesh grilles that look perfectly at home on luxury cars, to aggressive studded black mesh grilles designed for tough off-road trucks and SUVs; polished aluminum billet grilles with their roots in the custom car world, to CNC grilles with wild, unique patterns, for a one-of-a-kind look.

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Mesh grilles are a traditional favorite, and a perfect choice to change the look of a factory bar or egg-crate style grille. But don’t think all mesh grilles are the same. We offer mesh grilles made from aluminum, stainless steel, and ABS plastic. The mesh can be created by weaving together strands of stainless steel, or cut and formed by machine, and available finishes include polishing, chrome plating, and powder coating. The weave of the mesh will also vary, from very fine mesh to dual weave patterns, and more. For that tough-as-nails look, many of our truck and SUV mesh grilles come with studs around the perimeter.

Asanti Custom Grilles

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Car & Truck Custom Grilles the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as E&G Classics, T-Rex, DJ Grilles, GrillCraft, Asanti Grilles, RBP, Fuel Grilles, Dresden, Lexani Grilles, Tiarra, SES Trims, RaceMesh, Putco, Forgiato Grilles, CCI, Smittybilt, Rugged Ridge, American Car Craft, N-FAB, SEIBON the Car & Truck Custom Grilles we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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The term billet grille historically referred to a custom grille formed from bars machined from solid billet aluminum, but today billet grille is often used to refer to any type of custom grille. For our purposes, we’re referring to bar type, or tubular grilles, but along with aluminum, the bars can also be made from stainless steel. The bars can be vertical or horizontal, and there can be many thin bars spaced close together or a few thick bars spread further apart. Billet grilles are available polished, chrome plated, or powder coated. There are also ABS plastic billet grilles that are chrome plated or painted.

E&G Classics Grilles

For the ultimate statement of personal taste and style, choose a CNC grille. These grilles are created using a computer controlled machining center, which machines complex patterns and intricate designs from a solid piece of metal. Computer programming ensures that perfect symmetry is achieved in the finished product that would be unattainable if attempted by hand. Grilles with patterns of holes, called “punch” grilles, are made using CNC equipment, as well as flame motifs, tribal designs, and even manufacturer’s symbols and logos.

SES Trims Billet Grills

Along with deciding which grille will look best on your car or truck, you also have to consider the method of installation. In general there are three kinds of grilles, overlays, inserts, and complete replacements. Overlays are the easiest to install because they install over your existing grille and are attached with hidden clamps or bolts. No drilling or cutting is required, but from some angles you may be able to see your original grille behind the overlay. An insert replaces the main part of your grille, which must be cut out, and the front fascia of the vehicle may require removal to complete the job.

As the name implies, a replacement grille completely replaces the existing grille. The fascia usually requires removal, but depending on the method of manufacture, you may be able to unbolt the original grille and bolt-on the new one. By far, the easiest grille to install is a grille skin. Like an overlay, a grille skin installs over the existing grille, but where an overlay requires clamps or bolts, a grille skin snaps into place, no tools needed. If you want to retain the vehicle logo on your custom grille, or establish a new identity, we have the grille emblems you need, in chrome, polished stainless steel, and more.

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The grille on your car or truck is its most distinctive feature, and the first thing people notice when you’re coming down the road. In fact, the grille on some vehicles is so recognizable that most car buffs can tell the make and model with just a glance. Words like like billet, mesh, punch and CNC may confuse you while choosing a grille. Read on to navigate...
Say that you want a black grille. What is right for you? The advice is to go for grille surfaces in durable materials and to stay away from finishes that are overly sensitive to chemicals that are common in the automotive world. ABS plastic, chrome and stainless steel – polished or chromed, are always safe bets. If you choose a painted grille, make sure that the...
If you’re shopping for a different grille for your car or truck, you’ve probably come across terms like “replacement”, “insert”, and “overlay”, and wondered what they mean. As the name implies, an overlay grille installs over your existing grille. The insert grille replaces the main part of your existing grille, it “inserts” into the grille...
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Average rating:4.54.6 - 3541 reviews
2015 Chevy Silverado
| Posted by | (Oregon City, OR)

Installed the black punch bumper grille only on a 2015 Chevy 2500 LT looks great easy to install very high quality.

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