Re: Where do I find a grill cover?
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Blk88GT</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I use the Lund winter front inserts, and I have the summer ones to keep rocks/bugs out of my rad/AC condenser.
It made a huge difference for me. There were times last year when I could drive across the city in stop and go traffic and not get heat in 45 minutes of driving. That's with me parking in a heated shop btw. I added the front and things got much more comfortable.
The Lund covers were around 70 dollars for each one from what I remember. Money well spent IMHO, and they don't have the ugly look of the tarp style ones above. You can barely tell there's anything there. </div></div>There is a BIG difference in temperature between Winnipeg and SE Michigan. Our winters would feel like a warm spring day there. I agree if you cannot maintain normal operating temperature in winter a cold front will help but I just did not see any difference in the rate of warmup with a cold soaked engine with or without the cold front.
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