by Stuart Lees
Date Added: Wednesday 30 May, 2012
Cool! Fiddly to fit, but worth it.
Firstly (as mentioned elsewhere here), it's immediately obvious you have to rotate all the 'teeth' by 180 degrees.
Secondly, the grill is attached by just 2 screws through the front two tow hoops, but they're very fiddly. You can avoid having to locate the first one by unscrewing it, then screwing it back on with its washer, with just one turn so it holds. Then, holding the grill at a sharp angle, it's possible to reverse the first screw, with its washer, back through one of the front tow hoops and then tighten it in place.
There! One of the two screws located already! And the second one..? You're on your own mate!