Reviewed By Lucinda W (CARLISLE, PA) —4/8/2016 8:20 AM
Delivered when they said it would, perfect fit, looks awesome.
Reviewed By Randy C (SAINT CHARLES, IA) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Silverado —2/11/2016 4:18 AM
I found the instructions a little hard to figure out. Had to go by the pictures more than the words. Also was short 2 of the allen headed bolts, had to use regular hex bolt. On the aligning of the guard around the headlights, the instructions say to align it, you dont have much choice on how it lays out. On one side it sits an inch back farther past the headlight than the other. Looks good through..
Reviewed By Ron Z (Great Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Expedition —3/5/2012 8:26 AM
This mount is heavy heavy duty, it weighs over 100 lbs. Installs pretty easy, fishing the supplementary brackets through the lower valence grill though takes time and patience. There could be just a bit more space for the remounting of the factory tow hooks, may have to relocate them to the sides of the winch mount. I do need to add the light bars or make some myself. I think the $200+ they want for the light guards is a bit pricey for them.
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