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Old 01-06-2009
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Brush Guards for '05 Ranger Edge

Does anyone know where i can get a black front brush guard and tail light brush guards for my ranger?
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All over the internet. Just gotta search. And depends how much money you want to spend.
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Westin makes a nice grille guard, the sportsman series Linky for Westin I have one on my '08 sport its a nice unit, kind of spendy though. As for the tail light guards Westin used to make 'em but they don't make them any longer. I got some from AriesAutomotive looks like they make a grille guard for rangers also it looks pretty similar to the Westin one I know the aries tail light guards are almost a direct knock off (they mount differently). I think the tail light guards look good but the finish on them is a little soft and the welds do not go all the way around the small bars, other than that they are pretty cool.

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Beautiful truck man and yeah I got pricing on both the front brush guard and rear tail light guards.. 450 for the Brush Guard and 225 for the tail light guards
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Beautiful truck man and yeah I got pricing on both the front brush guard and rear tail light guards.. 450 for the Brush Guard and 225 for the tail light guards
Question, why pay that much for taillight guards when a rock could get through the bars of the guards and still crack the light? IMO pocket that money. The front guard will look killer on your truck tho, so GET THAT! lol.
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99Mazda.. the tail light guards would be more for design purposes cause i am doing the grey and black design..
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tail light guards are crap just my opinion if you ever go offroad they can get snagged on limps or bushes and bent out or broke off... it happened to my brother with his taco... save that 225 for a start with new tires and rims but heres mine i drilled extra holes to accept 4 procomp 6in fogs
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tail light guards are crap just my opinion if you ever go offroad they can get snagged on limps or bushes and bent out or broke off... it happened to my brother with his taco... save that 225 for a start with new tires and rims but heres mine i drilled extra holes to accept 4 procomp 6in fogs
Im debating on sticking mine back on does yours ever get in the way when wheeling?
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My truck will never see any serious offroading. She is an onroad truck
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i like the purpose of these, but their too bulky for my liking
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lol i never liked them either but when i seen the guards on an older ranger here i really fell in love with them
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