Reviewed By John O P (EAGAR, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 —6/26/2015 8:57 PM
Love it makes my ford stand out now all I need is a winch and to mount my lights
Reviewed By Lynita Kaye S (Poulsbo, WA) Reviewed for a 2005 Jeep Wrangler —6/17/2015 11:11 AM
Purchased the Bestop bumper and SS Grill-guard ,for my 2005 Wrangler, from AutoAnything at a great price. Delivery was on time, no scratches,no chips. The packaging for this heavy bumper is amazing. Installation was quick and easy. (though, I took extra time to install a winch and run the wiring for the lights internally threw the grill-guard) I've had to use the winch on the farm for a heavy pull, with absolutely no issues. (Dang!!)I'm happily impressed, and it also looks great.
Reviewed By Mark A (Charleston, SC) —6/15/2015 10:55 AM
The pull bar is all that it lives up to. Was not terribly hard to put on. I would suggest sorting the bolts in individual packs.It takes a while to go through all of them and get everything assigned to its area. Most of the allignment was good. Liked the results
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