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Old 12-20-2005
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Difference in Waag Bar and Bull Bar?

Everyones thinking im dumg, cause of all the questions. What is the difference between them both? i see them on the truck pics in here and think there the same. Thanx for the explainations in advance
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waag bar. http://www.autoanything.com/products...g_grille_guard

bull bar. http://www.tsetruckstuff.com/page/tsetruck/ctgy/bullbar

differnt style of the guard as you can see
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Bull Bar attaches to lower points on the frame, from underneath the bumper. The WAAG Bar attaches higher up by your tow hooks. The Bull Bar takes away from your approach angle while the WAAG does not. The WAAG is also styled more like a push bar whereas the Bull Bar is made of tubing, which is mostly style, but will save you some damage in an accident.

Edit: There are a few different types of WAAG bars, I'm talking about the ones we get through the group buys.
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neither bar will provide any protection in a frontal collision in my opion. both may even cause MORE damage. theyre held on with thin non angled flat stock, which offers 0 horizontal strength, which is what is required for crash protection
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