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Steelcraft HD Grille Guard

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    Before you upgraded your front-end defense with the unparalleled Steelcraft HD Grille Guard, you used to round bends in the trail with a measure of apprehension. Cracked and fallen tree branches, heavy rocks and other mainstays of the risky off-road were all reasons to take it easy – but with this massive, wicked-looking and wicked-acting grille guard leading the way, you’ve got nothing left to fear.

    Manufactured with the highest-quality materials and workmanship – that’s the Steelcraft Heavy Duty Grille Guard. Boasting single-piece construction and a fully-welded design, this bold-faced add-on can take a beating and dish one out. It’d be hard to say which one it does better.

    Equipped with sturdy shrouds that both protect your headlights and give the whole rig an angry look, the HD Steelcraft Grille Guard is e-coated and black powder-finished to complete the rugged picture. Pairing with the Steelcraft HD Rear Bumper for full coverage, your Heavy Duty Steelcraft Grille Guard comes with all the hardware you need, along with a 2-year limited warranty.

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    Steelcraft HD Grille Guard Customer Reviews

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    25 Customer Reviews

    Pretty good

    Reviewed by NaoNhia M (SAINT PAUL, MN) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota Tundra — Sep 17, 2018 11:22 PM

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    Not too bad but installation was a bit of a hassle but that's fine. Looks good but only downfall was there was decent amount of scratches on the grill. Looking far away the grill doesn't look leveled, kinda crooked on one side.

    Nice appearance installation not so easy

    Reviewed by Steve H (Marietta, GA) Reviewed for a 2018 Dodge Ram — Sep 16, 2018 6:16 AM

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    The grill is better than I expected. It was perfectly wrapped not a scratch or dent. Happy with the appearance. Installation started out fine. The upper brackets that attach to the head light frame did not properly line up with the pre-drilled holes on the grill frame. The hood would not close after installation.We had to grind down the upper mounting brackets to make it work. Im concerned the headlight lens will crack. It took three of us (all mechanically inclined)about three hours to install.

    2018 Silverado Custom

    Reviewed by Hunter S (WAXAHACHIE, TX) Reviewed for a 2018 Chevy Silverado — Aug 29, 2018 10:08 PM

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    Minor trimming required on the plastic around the tow hook openings. Driver side tow hook bolt is blocked from sliding out. I took a screwdriver and hammered at it. It came out with relative ease and I didn't have to mess around with the bumper bolts. Overall pretty straight forward install and good quality product. Very Satisfied!

    Steel craft hd

    Reviewed by Derek M (YORK, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 — Jul 30, 2018 3:51 AM

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    I love it really changes the look of the truck. Its solid and doesn't whistle when driving very happy with it

    2018 Ram 2500

    Reviewed by Gary S (FORT CAMPBELL, KY) Reviewed for a 2018 Dodge Ram — Jul 29, 2018 8:08 PM

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    Fantastic product for the price. If you have a second set of hands instillation will be a breeze. I did it alone and the only real rough part was holding a ratchet on the bolt while tightening the nut (long reach and bad angles). I did not pull off the molding under the bumper and I used a whole saw to cut the pass through for the mounting bracket instead of cutting out a rectangle.