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T-Rex : 55305 : 2007 - 2008 : Saab 9-7X : Upper Class Series Bumper Grille - Small Mesh Stainless With Polished Finish


  When it comes to manufacturing a quality product it starts in the design department but it doesnt end there. We start with solid stock of aircraft quality T-5 or T-6 billet aluminum rather than extruded aluminum as used by some competitors. The stock is cut to length then shaped to its specific contour. Each grille is then hand assembled into a custom jig and precision welded with a process called "T.I.G." to ensure a strong and clean weld. At this point every billet grille is treated to a durable glossy block powder-coat. The final stage of manufacturing includes a three-stage polishing and cleaning. The entire process takes place in our Southern California manufacturing facility

 


T-Rex : 54305 : 2007 - 2008 : Saab 9-7X : Upper Class Series Grille - Small Mesh Stainless With Polished Finish


  When it comes to manufacturing a quality product it starts in the design department but it doesnt end there. We start with solid stock of aircraft quality T-5 or T-6 billet aluminum rather than extruded aluminum as used by some competitors. The stock is cut to length then shaped to its specific contour. Each grille is then hand assembled into a custom jig and precision welded with a process called "T.I.G." to ensure a strong and clean weld. At this point every billet grille is treated to a durable glossy block powder-coat. The final stage of manufacturing includes a three-stage polishing and cleaning. The entire process takes place in our Southern California manufacturing facility