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Old 12-01-2010, 09:45 AM   #43
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:55 AM   #44
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WHY DID YOU MAKE THIS VIDEO?!!! Now I want one!












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Old 12-07-2010, 10:01 AM   #45
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Old 12-07-2010, 12:08 PM   #46
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Dude....where has this been hiding????

This needs to be added to a new thread about removing the front bumper. I'm going to be switching out my headlights and didn't find that much about removing the front bumper. This one is definately the most detailed I've seen so far.

You should post a new thread so that those searching for bumper removal will find it. Just let everyone know if was for the grill but the process is the same.
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:42 PM   #47
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Wow!! Great video lots of shooting time plus all the editing all I can say is wow. An awesome tool for those who want that grille. The Heritage Grilles aren't my particular brand of vodka, but great job none the less. Oh by the way, I think those grilles need something in the middle. Whether it's the bow tie or one of the myriad different SS emblems out there. It just looks like something is missing without it. Kinda like a face without a nose.

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Old 12-07-2010, 05:48 PM   #48
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Great video,Its funny (well its not,but it is ) to see someone else have the same issues installing it as me and fellow member Kilo-9 had when we were installing his this past summer,INCLUDING removing that damn Bowtie!!

Also,There is an easier way to attach the factory Bowtie to the heritage grill,GM actually sells a backing plate and base that allows you to install it directly to the heritage grille,Its the same parts that are on the heritage grille on the Indy pace car replicas from the factory.
If you want I can post all the part numbers needed tomorrow when I get back to the dealership
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:50 PM   #49
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Oh by I think those grilles need something in the middle. Whether it's the bow tie or one of the myriad different SS emblems out there. It just looks like something is missing without it.
I agree John,They need something for sure,I just can't decide if I'm going to go with a Bowtie,or a "retro" SS emblem on mine
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Old 12-07-2010, 06:58 PM   #50
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Thanks a lot!!! Great video. At one point it looked like "The Blair Witch Project" jajajaja just kidding, thanks a lot.
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:12 PM   #51
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Also,There is an easier way to attach the factory Bowtie to the heritage grill,GM actually sells a backing plate and base that allows you to install it directly to the heritage grille,Its the same parts that are on the heritage grille on the Indy pace car replicas from the factory.
If you want I can post all the part numbers needed tomorrow when I get back to the dealership
I'd definitely be interested in knowing the part number for the backing plate!

And thanks for this DIY....will come in handy!!
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Old 12-08-2010, 12:48 AM   #52
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I cannot understand why the herritage grill is not the standard grill on the Camaro,the car looks so much better with it!
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Old 12-08-2010, 06:15 AM   #53
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Also,There is an easier way to attach the factory Bowtie to the heritage grill,GM actually sells a backing plate and base that allows you to install it directly to the heritage grille,Its the same parts that are on the heritage grille on the Indy pace car replicas from the factory.
If you want I can post all the part numbers needed tomorrow when I get back to the dealership
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I'd definitely be interested in knowing the part number for the backing plate!
OK,Heres the part numbers needed for proper attachment of the bowtie to the heritage grille...

Base - #20964094
Backing plate - #20964093
Nut - #11610157 (you'll need 2)
Screw - #11609828 (you'll need 2)
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OK,Heres the part numbers needed for proper attachment of the bowtie to the heritage grille...

Base - #20964094
Backing plate - #20964093
Nut - #11610157 (you'll need 2)
Screw - #11609828 (you'll need 2)
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Old 12-08-2010, 01:15 PM   #55
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Wow!! Great video lots of shooting time plus all the editing all I can say is wow. An awesome tool for those who want that grille. The Heritage Grilles aren't my particular brand of vodka, but great job none the less. Oh by I think those grilles need something in the middle. Whether it's the bow tie or one of the myriad different SS emblems out there. It just looks like something is missing without it. Kinda like a face without a nose.

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Yeah I'm still not sure if I'm gonna leave it empty... I like having a bowtie on the front of the car... but the stock one is too big for that grille IMO..

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Great video,Its funny (well its not,but it is ) to see someone else have the same issues installing it as me and fellow member Kilo-9 had when we were installing his this past summer,INCLUDING removing that damn Bowtie!!

Also,There is an easier way to attach the factory Bowtie to the heritage grill,GM actually sells a backing plate and base that allows you to install it directly to the heritage grille,Its the same parts that are on the heritage grille on the Indy pace car replicas from the factory.
If you want I can post all the part numbers needed tomorrow when I get back to the dealership
Thanks!

Yeah I had forgotten about those I wished I had ordered one and had it to show how it works.... Thanks for posting the part numbers.

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Thanks a lot!!! Great video. At one point it looked like "The Blair Witch Project" jajajaja just kidding, thanks a lot.


sorry about the shaky video.. trying to film and wrench one handed was a little tricky..



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I'd definitely be interested in knowing the part number for the backing plate!

And thanks for this DIY....will come in handy!!
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Old 12-08-2010, 02:21 PM   #56
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I'm actually condidering taking my front bowtie off. It's a nice clean look that says 'Custom'
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