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Has anyone ordered an aftermarket Denali grill online? My truck is a 16 SLT, but I think the addition of a Denali grill would make it look even better. I see all kinds of “Denali style” grills online and don’t want to order one blind just to find out it’s junk. Any reviews are appreciated!

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I bought a black Denali style grill for my 2015 on eBay, it was under $100. fits well and looks good. side by side to oem, definitely note as robust, but you can't tell from 5 feet away, get compliments on it all the time.

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