Originally Posted by crazymikey
I prefer a grinder with a cutting wheel on it over a sawzall. Sawzalls kick too much, and a cutting wheel will only kick if you are pushing down on it too hard, or you just aren't paying attention.
But really, I don't think you'll have to do any cutting. If anything, you may just need to figure out how to make mounting brackets. I've got a grille guard off a 79 Nissan 720 pickup on my Ranger. But then again, that's all from when box bodies were popular until the 90's came along
1992 Ford Ranger XLT 4X4
Stock tires, blown engine, aesthetic accessories.
2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 ex cab 4X4 Auto
4.8 V8, No options, other than AC, Four Door
Kenwood CD/MP3/WMA/USB and Sattelite Radio Ready Head Unit, AEM Brute Force CAI with a K&N cone filter, 33X12.50/17's