Ideas for aftermarket fixes for front end

smhoward

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I like it and I'm not going to do anything to it for a while. I just think after a few years of ownership though I'll want a little change up. More so after the aftermarket is booming and I have choices I'm definitely going to personalize.
 

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Nissan has plenty of time and resources to change the front end since so many aren't happy with it as it exists , I'm one of them
 

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Nissan has plenty of time and resources to change the front end since so many aren't happy with it as it exists , I'm one of them
But as we can see by the forum, plenty also like it the way it is....I say don’t change a thing. And those who don’t like it can always use after market to bend it to their liking
 

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yea looks like it a a 50 /50 split . what r u driving now
 

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If you look at the renders of some of the better known designers that do this, many do very little or nothing to the front grille,
 
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