Reviewed By Mike F (DAYTON, OH) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —1/13/2017 3:54 AM
Great product easy install third one I've bought for my trucks
Reviewed By Alejandro B (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —1/10/2017 6:36 AM
Bull bar was easy to install. I prefer the look of this bar than those with skid plates. Looks like a cross between a bullbar and a light bar. Removing the existing tow hooks on my F150 took some effort until I watched a YouTube video. Bull bar has two holes for the installation of lights. My only disappointment is that the wiring for the offroad lights could not be run inside the bull bar.
The enormous popularity of SUVs, coupled with the constant threat of urban-born dings and dents, has many drivers looking to bull bars and brush guards for full-frontal protection. Which is probably why my readers always ask us how to install bull bars?
Worried about your front end? Whether you're a matador staring down the long horns of an irate bull or your auto's front bumper, you should be worried. But, protecting it is a lot easier and more affordable than you think. Here’s how.
A quick tutorial on what bull bars do for your vehicle.
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In order to give your ride the best protection possible, it’s important to know just what certain parts and accessories do. We have all the information you need to know about bull bars and grille guards so you can easily give your rig the protection it needs.