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Lower center grille 2010 chevy cobalt front bumper


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Hi

I need a new lower center grille for my 2010 chevy cobalt front bumper. I bought one online, prior the purchase i did the match check, it said compatible, but when i got it, it is way too short. I can not findit online. My grille space size is about 29x25x4 inch.

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