Westin Tail Light Guard Customer Reviews
29 Customer Reviews
Fully outfit your truck or SUV with custom-made Westin Tail Light Guards. These steel guards fully complement the look of your grille guard, bull bar or bumper guard with rugged protection for your vulnerable tail lights.
Westin Tail Light Guards are available in two styles: classic Chrome Plated Stainless (CPS) steel that’s backed by a Lifetime Warranty, and sturdy carbon steel with a powder coated black finish that’s covered by a 5-year warranty.
Each model has mitered corners and smooth-sanded welds to give Westin Tail Light Guards a sleek look. Westin includes all mounting hardware and designs your Tail Light Guards with easy installation in mind—no drilling required. Westin Tail Light Guards are a great way to make broken tail lights a thing of the past! And, if the Westin Tail Light Guards block just one rock, they’ve paid for themselves.
29 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Tim S (FAYETTEVILLE, AR) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Jun 03, 2013 8:21 PM
Bought these because I just wanted to make my truck look better. Definently enjoy looking in my side mirrors and seeing them. They look great and are definently worth it. Although the price is a bit high, they are worth it for the look, and in the event your tailights are hit theyll save you time and $250 on a new tailight. Overall, definently worth it. Easy to install, took me less than 10 minutes at most.
Reviewed by Ronald S (Mountain View, OK) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 — Nov 12, 2011 10:56 AM
Guards are attractive on my truck and are fairly easy to install. One suggestion would be to replace the lower bracket screws with hex head bolts. Now if they'll keep round bales of hay from breaking my tail light lenses they will be great.
Reviewed by Chad R (Keystone Heights, FL) — Jul 24, 2010 5:22 AM
I suggest to use extreme caution while installing this product. Chevrolet uses very delicate plastic in my opinion for the sheet metal screws to screw into the tail light. This plastic piece can break very easy causing a big problem. Also a little Loctite (blue) seems to help secure the sheet metal screws tightly. Aside from those issues, the Westin guards have a nice "sport" appearance.
Reviewed by PATRICK R (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Explorer — Jul 21, 2009 8:43 PM
The guards look awesome and wernt too hard to install but the directions werent to much help. The only problem is that they are fairly useless becuase they dont go out futher than the bumper on the 2002 explorer. of course they woud prtect the ligts, justnot too much of the body. overall, i am glad theyre on my explorer.
Reviewed by Greg W (Tracy, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Yukon — Jun 03, 2009 8:49 PM
couldn't have taken more than 5 minutes to install each one. They look very nice. Certainly worth the $50. My only concern is that I expected them to have more of a "solid" feel to them once installed. They tend to vibrate a little bit when brushed against since they connect only to the inside side-wall of the tailgate.