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    Default Badge > Grill > Rover

    I finally purchased a used late 2a metal grill for my Ď69 as well as a replica badge (without pre-drilled holes) from our hosts. Iím looking for pictures of how the badge is attached to the metal grill and then how the grill is attached to the Rover. Any help would be appreciated!

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    There are two holes in the radiator support panel that have pressed in spire nuts. Screws go through the holes in the badge and hold it on and the grill on. The badge is not fastened to the grill itself.

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    centre your grille between the headlights then drop it into the two retaining clips at the bottom of the radiator core support, just under the headlights. The badge is attached by screws that pass through the grille mesh and into the snap-in nuts near the top. That holds the grille fast by clamping it between the badge and the core support

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