With all this winterfront talk I started googling around. I ran across air hawk stainless steel winterfronts. Anyone ever use them? They look pretty slick. A little spendy, and I don't know if it will work with my billet grill, but I like them anyways. What do you guys think?
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Check out cloud rider winter fronts. They are a little cheaper and nearly the same thing. It seems that anything stainless is quite expensive, but if you want the look, then I guess you pay some. i had just the factory cover for mine. Some people just use cardboard and paint it black so you can't notice it's cardboard.
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I agree those are nice winter fronts. If you just bought a welder and a plasma cutter, then its time to cut and weld. The stainless pieces aren't that big so shouldn't be too expensive. Then do a write up and let us know how it turned out.