Here's my kit, tho the plates that the bucket screws to is optional extra
Next is to trim away the square part of the grill
After that you get them lined up and trim to suit as you go, clamp in place, check, and mark it so you know where it sits best
The next step is to apply glue of some type, I use resin mixed with talc to make a paste and sets in 1hr or so, polyurethane also works but not sure of it's paintable properties
Some light sanding/filler and paint, job done 👍
Just to add this edit.. I took a mold from a real round light grill some 20yrs ago and the first grill I converted is still going strong .
The backing plates are also molded from a rust repair panel but some tin cut and riveted/welded will do fine .
Price of grill inserts per pair is $110 Inc post
post edited by martymexico - 2018/12/09 12:58:46