i dont know if its the pic or what but it looks like theres a giant wave in it. i would try and straighten it out and it look killer. what did you use? like i said, it might be the pic but it looks uneven or wavy or something. if that can be fixed, i give ya 2 thumbs up.
well how much did he pay for the bumper? i know i would never spend that on just a grill insert, i can get that envoy bumper cover for like 200 bucks, no way in hell id pay more than half of what the bumper cover cost for an insert, he might feel the same way as i do.
i agree with mx racer... the lower insert is more than i paid for my sonoma grill insert. its rediculous.
the bottom piece is acually a strait piece...but when its put in the bumper and attached...it bends like that.
the bottom is wierd...not only is it a curve from the front of the truck to the back...but the top is farther forward than the back is...too many angles....but its my first try...and at a 1.27 a sheet i can afford to try again..lol
I think its really cool that you put the effort into making your own grill.. but i personally think the $110 for the Trenz insert is well worth the money. If your gonna spend the money on the envoy bumper, you might as well spend the money on the insert to make it look right as well. Just my opinion.. Good effort though.
the taillights are killer...but those inserts are a little iffy. in a picture they look aight...but if you used what i think you did its kinda like throwing a bone to your neighbors blind dog with one leg...you do it to look nice, even though everyone knows it just aint right