Car was totalled and took these off my baby :( I bought the 15 Cruze but the front Bowtie's size was changed significantly (rear bow tie is same size though) I have pics and if you're interested just let me know :)
Ive been looking for a real billet fuel door with no luck for our cruze. I contacted Pilot Automotive today to see if they would produce one for the cruze. Any one else like to have a nice billet fuel door? Contact them and maybe they'll do it. I also mentioned our forum to check out.
The grille on your truck is its most distinctive feature, and the first thing people notice when you're coming down the road. Your grille then, is the perfect place to start making your car or truck unique. The grille is your vehicle’s “face”, and the perfect way to personalize your ride and set...
I see on Chevymall.com there are 2 differetne part numbers for the bow ties. Both appear to be made of billet and both come in either black or chrome. They are just $50ish apart. Item numbers JS298 and JS645. What is the difference? Anyone have experience?
Fits 2011-2013 Chevy Cruze Black Billet Grille Grill Insert Combo # C61032H : Amazon.com : Automotive
So I found this on amazon and was wondering if this would effect mpg a lot or should i not worry about it.
Does anyone have a billet grill, specifically one of the black overlay bolt ons
How does it fit and do you have any pics
Was thinking of buying one but kind of on the fence
Any info would be great
Looking at changing the front look of the car and was thinking about a billet grill.. Only thing is, I'm not sure if they will fit the eco models.anybody install one yet and what does it take to do thanks.
Last night I had had time to get the led tails on my ride and ran into problems with the install. Taking out the old assemblies and putting in the 4 new ones was the easy part. The wiring however was a challenge to say the least. The connectors coming off the back of the new lights were useless...
They arrived today, install is pretty easy. Following directions, using a 1/2 inch drill bit, drill a hole in the middle of the gold bowtie, then using a pick or small screwdriver bust out the gold bowtie. Using the 3M adhesive strips on the back of the billet ones, press in place. OK, now for...