Make a good first impression: In addition to our traditional bar style billet grilles as well as mesh grilles. Billet grill inserts generally attach inside your OE grille shell and complete replacement billet grilles replace your entire OE grille. Most truck truck & SUV grilles are an easy installation. Grille inserts may require some cutting, but the result is a cleaner look. A modern billet grille overlay simply attaches over your existing SUV or truck grille with hidden fasteners. Some car and truck billet grille overlays cover your vehicles logo and other styles go around your vehicles logo. Choose from a variety of styles including mesh billet grilles, sbar billet grilles, punch billet grilles, and more. Available in stainless steel, chrome, black, and even camo will certainly take your pickup trucks or sport utility vehicle to the next level.
Our trucks are a reflection of ourselves. A simple yet significant way to customize the truck’s look into something more unique is by upgrading the stock grille to a more exciting billet grille. Realtruck.com sells a wide variety of high-quality billet grilles in an almost endless number of designs for nearly all truck models.
Aluminum Billet Grilles: Aluminum is the most widely used material in the billet grille industry and there is a reason for this. This strong alloy is well known for its versatility, light weight, durability, and resistance to corrosion. Because of its malleability, aluminum is easier to roll, stamp, draw, spin, hammer or forge into nearly any shape. Take the Liquid 3D grille from Putco, for example.
Stainless Steel Billet Grilles: Known for its strength and corrosion resistance, stainless steel is a popular metal used for billet grilles. Stainless steel resists rust so well because of its high chromium content. In fact, for steel to be considered stainless, it needs to be at least a 10.5% chromium content. Plus, stainless steel is incredibly tough, resilient, and easily fashioned into a multitude of forms and shapes. The Putco billet grille DESIGNER FX is a perfect example of how stainless steel can be used.
Much like aluminum, there are two types of stainless steel used in billet grilles. The more economical of the two, T-409 series stainless steel, is commonly used for many different automotive accessories because of its strength and reasonable cost. The other type of stainless steel, T-304, is popular for automotive metal because of its higher chromium content and exceptional corrosion resistance.
ABS Composite Billet Grilles: The most cost effective billet grilles are the ones made from ABS composite. Widely used across the entire automobile accessories spectrum, ABS composite is a lightweight, rigid, and durable thermoplastic material. Not nearly as strong as stainless steel or aluminum, ABS Plastic still makes an excellent medium for billet grilles since plastic is impervious to rust and quite durable, If you take a look at your OE grille, it's more than likely made if this material.