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Go Rhino 3000 Series Center Guard Part #3364B Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by COLE N (Stafford, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-350 — Jan 22, 2011 6:25 AM
Overall a very nice product. Packing list was printed in Spanish. Made in Mexico? I would probably rate the guard excellent if it hadn't been beat to crap during shipping. Box was ripped wide open on one end. Amazingly, all the pieces and parts were still there, only b/c they were taped to one of the large pieces. Oh well, now I don't have to worry about it being damaged. It comes that way. Bumper mount brackets and main frame are stout. Tubular cross members could be one gauge thicker. Throw the instructions in the trash immediately. They will only confuse you. OK, read them once, to be sure you have all the pieces, then throw them away. Assemble the main unit on a hard flat surface and tighten it up. I used extra flat washers and lock washers, that aren't supplied. Then dry fit in place with the mounting brackets. Once I had it hanging in the brackets, I used a floor jack to hold it up nice and square while I torqued it down. Keep an eye on your bumper so it doesn't sag after loosening the main bolts. I spent about 2 hours on the install, but it could be done in less than one, if hurried. Like they do at shops. Buy it, it's nice.
Reviewed by Glenn P (Monticello, WI) — Oct 27, 2009 5:49 PM
Overall the Go Rhino center guard was well constructed of heavy gauge steel. Kit was easy to assemble and mount to the truck. Mounting brackets fit well and are heavy duty. Biggest disappointment was the micky mouse crimp nut and screw used to attached the top rail. Bottom rail with step is handy but obscures front license plate. Plate will need to be relocated to avoid a ticket. I Would prefer the whole assembly was welded together not bolted. Kit was missing two button head bolts but I chose to use my own grade 8 bolts anyway. Directions were a bit vague and left out a couple items (like two allen set screws in top rail never mentioned)but not complicated.
Ships Between 2/23 - 2/27
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- Style:Standard Design, with Euro tube
- Part #:3364B