The grill guard again.

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Asked by May 18, 2009 at 05:09 PM about the Jeep Grand Cherokee

Question type: Car Customization

hey guys. I asked this question before and got one reply. Thanks to that person but it didnt really answer any questions. I want to know how much i could get rid of the grill guard/brush guard on my jeep. I cant seem to find it on any websites that sell jeep stuff so im thinking its something jeep does only for a few of it products. I dont really want it and need some extra money. If you know anything about jeeps and this type of part let me know. Ive posted a picture of my jeep with the part on it. thanks for the info.

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Are you still willing to sell the brush guard?

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well if you do a little research on brush guards youll find that they are priced around $200-400. the cheaper ones are less reinforced but look just as cool. your particular brush guard is a special part only available from the factory on a brand new wj. (which arent made anymore) id throw it up on ebay or craigslist. start high around 200 and see what kind of hits you get. although there may be nothing wrong with it, it is used

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i want to buy this grill if you havent sold it

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i want to buy this grill if you havent sold it

iF YOU STILL HAVE IT I'LL GIVE YOU 100. BUCKS IF ITS IN GOOD SHAPE ... JEFF 877-633-5622

would like to purchase this grill/brush guard.anyone having one please contact me @ recampbell1@hotmail.com [mine broken in an accident.]

please contact me by phone if u still have the guard (334-337-4447) ask for thomas edward spencer or 612-206-1360 please

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