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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 08:24 PM Thread Starter
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Any one know how to take the front grill out of a 07 cobalt LT i want to paint it black to match the car i know how to take the bow tie out but not the grill unless i cant or do i have to mask it off with duck tape?
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You need to take the whole bumper out if am not mistaking.
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Blah f that lol il mask it!
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No you don't have to take the bumper off. Here is a how to from CU.

How To: Remove/Replace upper grille
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I did mine a long time ago. It's not too hard to take the grill out. The hard part is getting the grill back in without messing up your paint lol

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I might just mask it then lol
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nothing like a good challenge then! take that ish off!

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I did mine a long time ago. It's not too hard to take the grill out. The hard part is getting the grill back in without messing up your paint lol
Damn. Been a while since iv seen you on here. To good for us now a days


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I think that the hardest part is making sure the tabs don't break while you take them off. Pain in the ass.
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