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Well my Limited chrome grill and fender flares will be here on Monday. I can't wait to install them. There are no install instructions on the Sparks Toyota WEB site, they refer you back to the Tundra Solutions forum for a DIY. I did not see one so I am wondering if anyone has installed this grill on a 2010 Tundra grade Crewmax that might have some instructions for me? Thanks in advance

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zpaul,

Thanks for the instructions they should help me a lot. The only difference is that Sparks told me I don't need the extra OEM parts for my 2010. So with these instructions I should be good to go. Thanks again
 

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zpaul,

Thanks for the instructions they should help me a lot. The only difference is that Sparks told me I don't need the extra OEM parts for my 2010. So with these instructions I should be good to go. Thanks again
They are correct, since you already have 2010 truck.
Just unbolt it from behind the grill and put the new one in. You do not need to mess with upper lip, since for 2010 it's a clip on, not a bolt on like it was for 2007.
 

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If you have a 2010 all you have to do is pop the top grill out with a screw driver take the screw out that are under it.. Than there 4 or 6 bolts on the underside and bolt the new one on.. I took off my grill already and painted it..
 

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Sorry to hijack the thread, but what does murdered mean in reference to a truck?

But more importantly, why did you get black buckets and I have the crappy SR5 fabric

-Tim
 

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Sorry to hijack the thread, but what does murdered mean in reference to a truck?

But more importantly, why did you get black buckets and I have the crappy SR5 fabric

-Tim
Murdered out is a black vehicle, black tint, black wheels. Some considered murdered out as being flat black (matte/satin) vs. shiny black.

This Tundra with black tint would be considered murdered out. You can't have a silver car 'murdered' out, black is the key.
http://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/8/l_f5a33afc2e5d40b1b1abc396b1aa81ea.jpg

I am going for VIP, VIP once again refers to a black car (usually a sedan such as Lexus LS and other large Japanese sedans) but not ALL black. I myself will only have black and some chrome on my Sequoia.
http://ll.speedhunters.com/u/f/eagames/NFS/speedhunters.com/Images/Mike Garrett/1JanFeatures/TAS09/vip9.jpg
 

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Murdered out is a black vehicle, black tint, black wheels. Some considered murdered out as being flat black (matte/satin) vs. shiny black.

This Tundra with black tint would be considered murdered out. You can't have a silver car 'murdered' out, black is the key.
http://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/8/l_f5a33afc2e5d40b1b1abc396b1aa81ea.jpg

I am going for VIP, VIP once again refers to a black car (usually a sedan such as Lexus LS and other large Japanese sedans) but not ALL black. I myself will only have black and some chrome on my Sequoia.
http://ll.speedhunters.com/u/f/eagames/NFS/speedhunters.com/Images/Mike Garrett/1JanFeatures/TAS09/vip9.jpg
I would have guessed that, but his sig says he has slate metallic.

-Tim
 
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