Squad cars live a hard life. When they’re not chasing down crooks, they’re cruising around busy streets all day long—and more time on the road means greater risk for fender benders. How do they survive without getting mangled in the line of duty? With a burly bull bar like the Go Industries Quad Guard Push Bumper.
Crafted to ride on the snouts of cop cars, dragnet-tested Go Industries Quad Guard Push Bars are built to deflect almost any incoming danger, from runaway shopping carts to absentminded motors. Custom wrought for a flawless fit, they’re constructed from a triple threat of steel: 3/16” uprights, a 2.5” round top crossbar, and a 1.9” round bottom tube. Plus, each component is welded together into a single solid piece for maximum rigidity.
Best of all, the subtle styling of your Go Industries Quad Guard Bumper means it doesn’t overpower the stock look of your truck or SUV. And, its glossy black powder coat finish adds an aggressive edge to your front end. Your Go Industries Quad Guard Push Bumper is backed by a 3-year workmanship warranty and a 1-year finish warranty.
Reviewed by Matthew C (Grapevine, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Tahoe — Feb 17, 2012 12:53 PM
Had to drill another hole in the frame and only came with 4 bolts also had to use a torch to cut the bracket because it would not fit on my 07 Tahoe. Got it on it looks cool but was the biggest pain to install. Would cost a lot of money of you did not have the right tools
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Asked by Anonymous
Dec 11, 2012 6:01 PM
2011 Chevy Silverado
Do you think that the four vertical bars are flat with rubber strips like the Chevy or rounded like i see it on the Ford, which is it ?