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My humble opinion on CALIRAISED LED TRD PRO grill

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Furball, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Mar 14, 2019 at 6:55 PM
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    Furball

    Furball [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Just a quick thought on the @CaliRaised TRD PRO grill I just installed minutes after snatching the box from the UPS guy haha.

    The whole purchase process was great, they were extremely prompt in shipping it out, and their automated system sent me updates via text during the whole process.

    I gotta say, this thing is beefy. The plastic is suuuuper thick, seems extremely durable. There are only a couple of issues with it.

    1. The channels that the TOYOTA insert slides into in the grill had excess plastic burrs (see photo). It was easy enough though with a scalpel to remove excess.

    2. The TSS cover (I am non-TSS) had excess plastic burrs around it as well, it would not fit in the grill until I trimmed these as well.

    3. The grill tabs. It seems one of my tabs is missing a "tab"? See other photo. The grill locks into place well enough, but on that one corner where it seems to be missing a tab, I am able to push on it and the grill wiggles around a little bit. Perhaps a defect in the mould process? IDK. I don't think it's anything big, but since I noticed it, it will bother me haha.

    Overall, I am happy to say that I am extremely pleased with my purchase from @CaliRaisedLed and would definitely recommend this product.

    Install took me about 40 minutes, but a lot of that involved getting tools out, taking pictures, and watching my son. Would probably only take 20-30 minutes by a normal person, super easy job.

    Sorry if this post comes out weird, I'm old and I'm doing this from my phone haha.

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    Last edited: Mar 14, 2019
    CaliRaisedLed and Stoked like this.

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