I'm Ryan from ExtremeTerrain.com and this is my review of the RedRock 4x4 Grille Inserts fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs. These are available in the matte black finish that you see here, and in a chrome style finish. These are for anyone who wants to change up the look of the front of their jeep by modifying their grille, but wants to keep that iconic seven slot grille style. These will have a huge visual impact on your jeep, all for a fairly small investment. And while these are priced right around the same as a lot of other grille inserts on the market, I really like these ones because of the way they install, and the fitment. These inserts are constructed from ABS plastic, which means they're going to be really strong, and they're not going to fade in the sun over time. I like the ABS plastic over some metal inserts that are on the market, because if you do get a stone throw or something like that in these, you're not going to remove a paint or powder coated finish, and have something that's going to rust. The plastic isn't going to rust or corrode over time, and they're going to hold up really well. These are designed to install with 3M tape, which means you don't need to drill anything into the grille, and they'll install really easily. So, to get these installed on your Jeep is a really simple process. Any time you're installing anything with 3M, you'll want to make sure that the surface you're attaching it to is really clean, so I would recommend using an alcohol prep pad, or just a paper towel with some alcohol on it to wipe down the grille before you get started. After that, it's just a matter of peeling the backing off of the 3M tape, and pressing these into place. Any time you're using 3M tape to attach anything in an automotive setting, you will want to do it when the temperature is warm or on a nice, warm, sunny day. If you try to do this in the dead of winter, the 3M will have a little bit more of a difficult time sticking, and the grille insert may want to pop out. The whole process won't take you more than 15 minutes, and you won't need any tools at all. Like I said before, these are priced similarly to a lot of other grille inserts of the same style on the market. However, I like these ones because of the fit, the finish, and the way they install without the need to drill. So, if you're looking for something that's going to have a huge visual impact on the front of your jeep all with a fairly small investment, grille inserts are a really nice option. And I like these ones in particular because of the way they fit, and the way that they install. So, that's my review of the RedRock 4x4 grille inserts fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs that you can find right here at ExtremeTerrain.com.
Clean Classic Styling. Upgrade the front end styling of your Jeep TJ Wrangler with a set of RedRock 4x4 Chrome grille Inserts for a clean classic appearance that looks great both on and off the road.
Superior Quality. Manufactured from acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material for its light-weight, superior durability and strength, these RedRock 4x4 grille Inserts are completed in a bright chrome finish for classic good looks and long lasting corrosion resistance.
Simple Installation. No messy glue or drilling is required for installation. These RedRock 4x4 grille Inserts are designed to simply install into the grille openings with the supplied 3M doubled sided automotive bonding tape for a quick and secure installation.
Application. These RedRock 4x4 Chrome grille Inserts are designed to fit all 1997 to 2006 TJ Wranglers. Sold as a set of seven inserts.
I like how the website warns you that the item doesn't fit your specific model truck. It saves me the hassle of returning the item if it doesn't fit. It also saves me time trying to figure the fit myself from the pictures.
Ryan H, 1998 Jeep Wrangler TJSocial Marketing I’ve always been into cars of all kinds but I really fell in love with my Jeep. My Jeep was my first vehicle, and first and only Jeep so far but I know there will be others. The fact that there is nothing on the road that it can be confused with is what drew me to it. The sense of community and the ...