Not sure which 2010 Toyota Tundra Bull Bars are right for you? We have over 1485 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I ordered the Chrome and Black bar, but received an all black one instead. It wasn't a big deal because the black one looks pretty sweet on my truck so I didn't mind. I installed the bar in about 20 minutes (the longest part was bolting it level,as I installed it by myself). It's a lot easier if you had two sets of hands, but you could definitely install it yourself.
The only downside is that it should come with the front license plate bracket (I'm in California). Aside from that, no problems." —Anthony N from La Puente, CA bought a Smittybilt Grille Saver Bull Bar for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"Perfect fit and allows you to reinstall the factory tow hooks because the mounting bolts are long enough to fit. Gives the truck a more aggressive look on the front end." —George P from Pinellas Park, FL bought a Steelcraft Bull Bars for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"It look's good over all i can see it's staneless still by the looking at the lower grille backing ." —James B from North Wilkesboro, NC bought a Smittybilt Grille Saver Bull Bar for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"Plate is a little thinner than expected but it looks great! About 30 minutes to install with 2 people. Wish it allowed to keep tow hooks on truck but brackets will not allow for this. Great Bull Bar for the money, looks just as nice as a Westin Bar!!" —Tony W from Nebo, NC bought an Aries Off Road Bull Bar with Skid Plate for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"Quality SS construction, easy install. You WILL lose your two hooks but most bull bars on Tundra are the same due to the bracket design and the tow hooks on the 2010 Tundra's are huge and beefy so they will not fit back in once the bull bar brackets are installed. Not a big deal since when was the last time you used your tow hooks? I've asked several hard-core off-roaders and very, very few have had the need for them and those who did, used it once.
Smittybilt also has a license place mounting kit but where it mounts to is at the top of the bull bar and it doesn't look nice." —Robert K from Rio Verde , AZ bought a Smittybilt Grille Saver Bull Bar for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"Thanks for the great value in the Smittybilt Bull Bar. It looks great on the truck and was very easy to install. You shipping was very fast and It makes the truck look great. A+++++" —Thomas P from Durham, NC bought a Smittybilt Grille Saver Bull Bar for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"I can barely change a light bulb and installed this by myself. It was simple and looks great. The price was amazing." —Brian P from Concord, NC bought a Smittybilt Grille Saver Bull Bar for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"Wow! This is a bumper! Good overall construction. Heavy, had to get help to place it onto frame mounts. Used a floorjack and a piece of 2x4 for adjustments. Instructions are well written. A little confusing at times, but figured it out. Had extra bolts, nuts, and washers left over, so you won't run out. Bolted to bottom of crate so there is no movement. Well packaged. Wish they had different colors of powdercoat besides black. I'm happy!! Thanks AutoAnything, you had the BEST price anywhere!" —Rolando G from San Antonio, TX bought an ARB Deluxe Bull Bars for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"This is a good value for the money you pay. Very easy to install. I did line-x it to strengthen it and give it a "rougher" look. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase." —Fred B from Del Rio , TX bought an Aries Off Road Bull Bar with Skid Plate for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"I love the Bull bar and how it made my 2010 Tundra look even beefier! We did have to take the tow loops off to install and plan to put them back on once we grind the loops down enough for them to fit along with the bull bar bracket. Have to have loops to get you out when you are stuck!!" —Rebecca A from El Cajon, CA bought a Westin Ultimate Bull Bar With Skid Plate for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.
"The steelcraft bull bars are really a great value compared with other options out there. The polished stainless steel finish looks great, is rugged, and is considerably less expensive than the chrome options. I got matching step bars and i like the slightly less "blingy" but still attractive look. They were easy to put on - no cutting, drilling, etc. Take note that although some reviews and steelcraft's website say that the factory skid plate has to be removed - this is not a standard item on 2010 tundras and i'm not even sure that its a very popularly equipped option. The black plastic undercarriage protection that runs from the bottom part of the front bumper under the truck does not get in the way and does not need to be trimmed or cut in any way." —Nicholas C from Cocoa Beach, FL bought a Steelcraft Bull Bars for a 2010 Toyota Tundra.