Steelcraft Bull Bars Customer Reviews
438 Customer Reviews
Your rugged ride is guaranteed to be tougher and stronger than the “Man of Steel” himself with the addition of a Steelcraft Bull Bar.
Fashioned from high-quality, 3” diameter T304 steel tubing, these Steelcraft Bull Bars deliver the best front-end protection for your tough truck or SUV. The durable, one-piece steel construction ensures an extra-strong line of defense against anything you encounter on the open road. An integrated and removable skid plate comes with each bull bar for added style and protection, so you don’t have to stress every time you hit a bump or hop a curb.
Keep off-roading bashes and urban fender benders at bay with this durable accessory, which easily bolts onto most vehicles. Steelcraft Bull Bar installation is a cinch because no drilling or cutting is required for most vehicles, and each bar comes with pre-drilled holes for auxiliary lights.
Choose from a dark black eCoat or polished stainless finish and experience a bolder-looking, more protected ride. Enjoy a 3-year warranty on black eCoat models and a Lifetime Warranty on stainless models.
438 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Mark W (Mead, CO) Reviewed for a 2015 GMC Sierra — Thursday at 7:11 AM
I received my Steelcraft Bull Bar in a timely fashion from AutoAnything. I installed it the same day in about one hour. No cutting or modification required to install it on my 2015 GMC 2500 HD. It appears to be a little light weight, but I am very satisfied with the appearance.
Reviewed by Mark L (CHEYENNE, WY) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Wednesday at 7:47 AM
They arrived very quickly and it only took me around 20 minutes to mount them on my truck. the nice thing is you can still use your tow hooks. But the licence plate holder and install before you mount bars to your truck. The material with the stainless bars is heavy enough for a light impact but nothing like a full cattle guard.
Reviewed by Christian M (MIDVALE, UT) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra — Oct 12, 2014 6:52 AM
I did this by myself in 30 minutes and i'm a novice when it comes to doing these types of things. The bull bar sat in my garage for over a week because i was intimidated about putting it on. Once i started i realized how easy it really is. However i will say that it would be much easier with two people so that one person can hold it in place and line it up right while you tighten the bolts underneath. I got the Chrome one and it looks awesome on the Tundra, absolutely awesome!
Reviewed by James M (AUSTIN, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 27, 2014 9:48 AM
Checking out the front end of my new 2014 Tacoma, I realized that most of it was rather fragile.The slightest bump would result in a big repair bill. A bull bar would enhance the appearance as well as protection of my investment. I gave only four stars to "Ease of Installation" because one trick was left out of the instructions and the YouTube videos. They need to say that one must open the hood and come in from the top to reach the nuts for the bracket to the frame. Easy after that.
Reviewed by Rogelio R (EAGLE PASS, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier — Sep 25, 2014 7:58 AM
I'm a 66 yr. old man and I was able to install the bull bars by myself ! That's how easy it is to install. I tied a rope to the bull bar & secured it to the back bumper of the truck. I was able to adjust & secure the bars easily . I had to remove the plastic guard under the bumper to install the bull bars. I was able to place the plastic back with a little adjustment...a small cut. Thanks...the products I've bought from you are easy to install.
Reviewed by Scott B (Spanaway, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Sep 18, 2014 12:44 PM
The appearance and functionality s great. I love the way it dresses up the front of my truck and provides a platform for mounting auxiliary lighting. What I didn't realize when I purchased this item was that you must remove your factory tow hooks which leaves you with ABSOLUTELY no recovery method from the front of the vehicle. While the installation is simple I can't imagine why manufactures of this item can't come up with a method where you retain the tow hooks.