Grilles for Dodge Magnum
The Dodge Magnum was used as the name of two distinct vehicles in the Dodge lineup: a large coupe from 1978 to 1979 and a rear-wheel drive station wagon produced for model years 2005 to 2008. Keeping your Dodge Magnum well-maintained by performing routine maintenance and replacing worn parts is important to help keep your vehicle running well. Replacement grilles for the Dodge Magnum allow owners to keep their car in optimum condition or to customize it with a wide variety of options to create the look they desire.Are there OEM replacement grilles for Dodge Magnum?
Yes. Original Equipment Manufacturer parts are those which were originally installed on the Dodge Magnum as it came out of the factory. Dodge Magnum OEM grilles are available that will look, fit, and function just like the originals. For Magnum models that require 3 grille pieces, you can order each piece separately. Specifications differ by model, year, trim, and engine type. Be sure to determine if the grille you are considering will fit your particular model.Are there custom replacement grilles for the Dodge Magnum?
Yes. If you want a distinctive look when you drive your Dodge Magnum, many custom, or aftermarket, parts are available to make your Dodge Magnum unique. Because aftermarket parts are not limited to the OEM parts originally found of your Dodge Magnum you can find numerous custom styles, manufacturers, and installation types to choose from. When examining the options available to customize your Dodge Magnum wagon, you may wish to consider the following factors:
- Material: Custom parts come in billet aluminum, CNC machined, LED, wire mesh, and tubular.
- Fitment: Some parts are a universal fit for all Dodge Magnum cars while others are vehicle and engine specific. Owners must make certain that the part fits their car before ordering.
Your new part can be placed on your vehicle over an existing part or inserted in place of the original or existing part. When ordering a part, the installation method is often specified. Some methods require tools. These general replacement guidelines may help you understand the process:
- Bolt over/overlay installation: Many of these custom parts have hidden mounting hardware that is used to cover the existing part for easy installation.
- Insert installation: With insert installation, the existing part must be removed before mounting the replacement. Though this is the case, no cutting work is required.
- Replacement installation: Replacement installation requires the original part to be removed. With this style, some cutting or drilling may be necessary to ensure proper fit and a smooth appearance.