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How to Install A Brush Guard: A Guide to Truck Grille & Brush Guards

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Aries Off Road Grille Guard Go Industries Rancher Grille Guard ARB Deluxe Bull Bars Romik Bull Bars

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Customer Rating

Price/Value

Ease of Installation

Quality

Appearance

4.50 Average Customer Rating

(163)

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5.00 Average Customer Rating

(93)

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5.00 Average Customer Rating

(36)

4.50 Average Customer Rating

(5)

4.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

Available Colors

Black Hammerhead

Attached Brush Guards

Yes


Yes


No


Auxiliary Light Mounts

Yes


No


No


Features

Auxiliary Light Mounts


Brush Guards


Padded Center Pillars


Brush Guards


Integrated Front Step


Protective Center Grate


Finish

Black


Polished


Black


Polished


Integrated Front Step

No


Yes


Light Kit Included

No


No


Material

Mild Steel


Stainless Steel


Mild Steel


Stainless Steel


Padded Center Pillars

Yes


No


Protective Center Grate

No


Yes


Size

1.5"


2"


2.5"


Skid Plate

No


No


No


Warranty

3-year warranty (black)


Lifetime Warranty (polished)


3-year warranty


Lifetime Warranty


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Grille Guards & Bull Bars Customer Reviews

Stainless grill guard

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Reviewed by Frank S (Macedon, NY Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado—2012-02-26 20:03:40

This is a not only a sharp looking grill guard, but well constructed. Being stainless steel, maintaining it is easy - no corrosion, definitely worth the extra cost. Having removeable headlite bars is a plus.

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Worth buying and actually does look good

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Reviewed by fernando r (East Hanover, NJ Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado—2011-12-15 21:33:24

The bar does look good on the truck . It gives the appearance of a very good bar that looks very solid. I would recommend this to anyone looking to buy one. Installation was very easy took about 2 hours with the cutting involved at the fog lights cover

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Anonymous A.

7/23/2012 6:48:56 PM

Chevy Avalanche with bull bar and hitch

Hello, I have a 2011 Chevy Avalanche. I am interested in ordering both a Curt front mount hitch as well as an Aries Off Road Grill Guard. In the pictures it appears that the grill guard has a bar which spans the bottom. I am wondering if it is possible to install both of these accessories or if they are incompatible. The grill guard looks like it might block access to the receiver of the front mount hitch.

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 7/23/2012 7:06:54 PM

Hello. Typically, these products are not going to work together because they are usually mounted to the same location and I think that bar is going to be a problem too. A closer look at the installation instructions might help you determine if you could make it work. Installation instructions are available for both products on the website. Thank you for your question.

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Asked by James P

10/21/2010 2:14:19 PM

Tow Loops

Does the Westin Bull Bar require removal or alteration of the factory tow loops on a 2008 Ford F-250? Thanks

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 7/10/2012 1:24:32 PM

Hello James. Yes, to install the Bull Bar with Skid Plate, the factory tow loops will need to be removed. Thank you for your question.

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