Go Industries Knockdown Grille Guard Customer Reviews
41 Customer Reviews
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Traffic can be a knock down, drag out battle sometimes, and you don't want to hit the road without a good defense against oblivious drivers. Luckily, Go Industries created the Knockdown Grille Guard to give your truck or SUV's front-end serious protection that doesn't drain your purse.
Because Go Industries knows that a grille guard is only as good as its materials, they construct your Knockdown Grille Guard from heavy-duty steel. Then, they finish it with your choice of either shining chrome or rugged black powder coating.
Bobbing and weaving through parking lots won't be so harrowing with the Knockdown Grille Guard warding off scrapes, dings and grazes.
Assembling and installing your new Knockdown Grille Guard is a snap. An Allen wrench and an hour is about all it takes to get your new grille guard bolted onto your rig. And, it's backed by a 1-year warranty.
41 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Chris A (WARSAW, IN) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram — May 08, 2014 8:53 AM
Got the brush guard in about 2 weeks. Little slower than i had expected. When i got it, the installation was a bit of a pain, but not too awful bad. But, when it was all said and done, the bolt on head light protectors were crooked. Theres some room for adjustment, but not a whole lot. You really have to look to see it, but it drives me nuts. So all in all, if you can stand a little bit of imperfection itll do. But it is a fairly solid brush guard.
Reviewed by David H (Knoxville, TN) — Apr 01, 2014 8:40 PM
I had been wanting one of these for my s10 for a while now. I do land maintenance and this helps to keep anything from getting into the engine through the front. It looks absolutely phenomenal. However I was disappointed in the mounting technique. It bolts directly onto the front of the bumper. Permanent Half inch holes must be drilled directly through the painted bumper. I thought for sure there would be brackets to be mounted on the frame under the bumper. But no, the manufacturer got lazy.