It's thought and attention to details like this that makes all of your projects turn out so amazingly well. It's so rare to find products that keep the DIY'er in mind. Keep up the fantastic work. Thank you.BTW I've designed the molded-in inserts so they'll be easy to mask and paint - 3/8" masking tape applied with one edge flush with the surface of the grille will provide a perfectly aligned mask line for painting.
Thanks Mike. Probably the reason I keep the DIYer in mind is because that's what I am. I'm not a professional, I design this stuff so that I can build it in my home workshop with the limited tools that I have, so things like that have to be thoroughly thought out before I begin construction.It's thought and attention to details like this that makes all of your projects turn out so amazingly well. It's so rare to find products that keep the DIY'er in mind. Keep up the fantastic work. Thank you.
This grille may be popular if it gets into production, but I'm not building it to sell, I'm building it because a) it seemed like a fun design project and b) I want one on my Jeep. If it gets into production it won't be by me, it'll be because some company decides to bring it to market. If there's a company that is interested I'll be happy to talk to them about it, otherwise I'll just be making one for myself and possibly a few more for forum friends.Great job and excellent quality on that grille. I am sure it will be popular among the JK owners just as the 2015 & UP F150 to Raptor conversion grilles. I see the conversion grilles on these trucks everywhere I go.