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2005 Chevy Colorado
Grille Guards & Bull Bars

2005 Chevy Colorado Grille Guards & Bull Bars

Not sure which 2005 Chevy Colorado Grille Guards & Bull Bars are right for you? We have over 2937 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:

"This was an easy install for my '05 Colorado. I was able to do it all by myself. This was shipped via UPS Freight and they contacted me to setup delivery of which I ended up picking it up at their depot due to the safety issue of parking a 53' trailer on the two-lane highway in front of my house (was my advice). This is NOT a gigantic unit in its shipping packaging and can be transported by any size pickup. The latest revision is model 4080 for the Colorado/Canyon series of trucks. I don't know what the difference is between the other version. You don't have to remove the air valance that is on the bottom of the front bumper, just hold the vertical main brackets to where they will go and then cut the valance with a cutoff wheel or with a razor blade. Make extra room for the actual vertical part of the bumper that bolts to the bracket (I can't remember if it was on the inside or outside). You'll only need to cut about a 1/4". Obviously you have to remove the plastic splash/skid plate before you do any of this AND you will have to trim that to make it fit after installing the guard. I didn't have any crossbeam to remove as the instructions insisted (I think it is for later models). The top brackets mount to existing vertical front bumper bolts which only need to be loosened a bit to accommodate the brackets. Otherwise, KEEP THE BOLTS LOOSE when mounting so you can later get the entire assembly centered. When all is good, tighten everything up to German torque standards, "Gutentite" (no actual torque spec is mentioned in the instructions). Yes, I did this all by myself and it was slightly a pain but I fastened the top bolts first AFTER making sure the bottom brackets were correct. Later I mounted up two KC 130 watt Daylighter lights from AutoAnything.com. Search the internet forums for information on how to wire the KC lights up so that they will turn on with the high beams. Now I have a squirrel-squashin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine!" —Ed S from Plymouth, MI bought an Aries Off Road Grille Guard for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"Went on my Chev colorado in less than 45 minutes with no modifications. very pleased." —Victor H from Prescott, AZ bought a Westin Ultimate Bull Bar With Skid Plate for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"Went on my Chev colorado in less than 45 minutes with no modifications. very pleased." —Victor H from Prescott, AZ bought a Westin Ultimate Bull Bar With Skid Plate for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"Bolts that come with the license plate holder do not hold long before stripping and license holder tends to rub against the bull bar at high speeds. This could be due to vibrations from my off road tires however. The bull bar itself is great! Never makes any kinds of noise and cleans easily. Overall awesome purchase." —Joseph D from Woodbridge, VA bought a Westin Ultimate Bull Bar With Skid Plate for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"It looks great and was easy to install on my 2005 Colorado. Upon first inspecting it I found a few spots on it that looked like the beginnings of rust but I think it was just stains. That's my only complaint. It looks REALLY sharp and adds a great look to the truck. If you have a full size truck it might look too small but it's perfect for small to mid-size trucks in my opinion." —Dustin W from Austin, TX bought an Aries Off Road Bull Bar with Skid Plate for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"This was an easy install for my '05 Colorado. I was able to do it all by myself. This was shipped via UPS Freight and they contacted me to setup delivery of which I ended up picking it up at their depot due to the safety issue of parking a 53' trailer on the two-lane highway in front of my house (was my advice). This is NOT a gigantic unit in its shipping packaging and can be transported by any size pickup. The latest revision is model 4080 for the Colorado/Canyon series of trucks. I don't know what the difference is between the other version. You don't have to remove the air valance that is on the bottom of the front bumper, just hold the vertical main brackets to where they will go and then cut the valance with a cutoff wheel or with a razor blade. Make extra room for the actual vertical part of the bumper that bolts to the bracket (I can't remember if it was on the inside or outside). You'll only need to cut about a 1/4". Obviously you have to remove the plastic splash/skid plate before you do any of this AND you will have to trim that to make it fit after installing the guard. I didn't have any crossbeam to remove as the instructions insisted (I think it is for later models). The top brackets mount to existing vertical front bumper bolts which only need to be loosened a bit to accommodate the brackets. Otherwise, KEEP THE BOLTS LOOSE when mounting so you can later get the entire assembly centered. When all is good, tighten everything up to German torque standards, "Gutentite" (no actual torque spec is mentioned in the instructions). Yes, I did this all by myself and it was slightly a pain but I fastened the top bolts first AFTER making sure the bottom brackets were correct. Later I mounted up two KC 130 watt Daylighter lights from AutoAnything.com. Search the internet forums for information on how to wire the KC lights up so that they will turn on with the high beams. Now I have a squirrel-squashin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine!" —Ed S from Plymouth, MI bought an Aries Off Road Grille Guard for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"GRILL LOOKS GREAT ON THE TRUCK AND HAVE NO AWARENESS THAT IT IS THERE ON THE FRONT WHILE DRIVING. ORGINALLYY CONCERNED THERE MAY BE VIBRATIONS AT HIGH SPEEDS BUT THIS IS NOT THE CASE. GOOD VALUE." —Anthony M from Canyonville, OR bought a Westin Sportsman 1 Piece Grille Guard for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

"I purchased these Tail Light Guards for my Chevy Colorado and recieved them in just a few days. Instalation took about 2 minutes for each of the guards. Very stylish and sleek looking. Overall wonderful product." —Michael W from Elkins, WV bought a Westin Tail Light Guard for a 2005 Chevy Colorado.

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Steelcraft Bull Bars

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Easy install, sharp look. Definitely worth it! View more reviews...
Posted By Brittany R (CHITTENANGO, NY) / December 28, 2014
2005 Chevy Colorado
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Westin Ultimate Bull Bar

Adds a great aggressive look to a truck

Bolts that come with the license plate holder do not hold long before stripping and license holder tends to rub against the bull bar at high speeds. This could be due to vibrations from my off road tires however. The bull bar itself is great! Never makes any kinds of noise and cleans easily. Overall awesome purchase. View more reviews...
Posted By Joseph D (Woodbridge, VA) / August 22, 2012
2005 Chevy Colorado
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Aries Grille Guard

Aries Off Road (brush) Guard / 2005 Chevrolet Colorado Z71

This was an easy install for my '05 Colorado. I was able to do it all by myself. This was shipped via UPS Freight and they contacted me to setup delivery of which I ended up picking it up at their depot due to the safety issue of parking a 53' trailer on the two-lane highway in front of my house (was my advice). This is NOT a gigantic unit in its shipping packaging and can be transported by any size pickup. The latest revision is model 4080 for the Colorado/Canyon series of trucks. I don't know what the difference is between the other version. You don't have to remove the air valance that is on the bottom of the front bumper, just hold the vertical main brackets to where they will go and then cut the valance with a cutoff wheel or with a razor blade. Make extra room for the actual vertical part of the bumper that bolts to the bracket (I can't remember if it was on the inside or outside). You'll only need to cut about a 1/4". Obviously you have to remove the plastic splash/skid plate before you do any of this AND you will have to trim that to make it fit after installing the guard. I didn't have any crossbeam to remove as the instructions insisted (I think it is for later models). The top brackets mount to existing vertical front bumper bolts which only need to be loosened a bit to accommodate the brackets. Otherwise, KEEP THE BOLTS LOOSE when mounting so you can later get the entire assembly centered. When all is good, tighten everything up to German torque standards, "Gutentite" (no actual torque spec is mentioned in the instructions). Yes, I did this all by myself and it was slightly a pain but I fastened the top bolts first AFTER making sure the bottom brackets were correct. Later I mounted up two KC 130 watt Daylighter lights from AutoAnything.com. Search the internet forums for information on how to wire the KC lights up so that they will turn on with the high beams. Now I have a squirrel-squashin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine! View more reviews...
Posted By Ed S (Plymouth, MI) / January 2, 2012
2005 Chevy Colorado
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