After that was done I set out to find a TJ grille. Again I couldn't see spending the money for a perfect grille to cut it up so I ended up getting a great deal from Salvage Jeep Parts in Ga. For those who are thinking of doing this I got a twisted grille from a wrecked jeep, it had about a 6" twist in it but after cutting the face out the shell gets very pliable and I un-bent the warp out of the grille by hand force and a rubber mallet. Worked out perfectly!
So after the grille was straight and ready for use I marked the Cj onto the Tj, cut it out and began welding them together.
Following cmoore's instructions I had to cut the left/right sides to get rid of the "humps" in the Tj grille. It is very apparent once the Cj face is in place because the Cj is totally flat v/s the curved face of the Tj.
Once done weld a plate in the gaps and it will flatten it out almost completely, just a hint of raised area but body filler will work this out.