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Old 03-03-2008
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Front Lightbar on Main Page

Where do you find that light bar. that's on the blue ranger as you log in..?
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the KC light bar? if that is the one you are talking about they have been discontinued. check ebay, and the for sale section on the forums are your best bet.
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no its a front bar.. i believe its the fabtech universal bar..
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opps my bad. i never see the main page anymore.
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I think your talking about my truck. Its a Off road innovations light bar. I got it shipped for $170.

They are hard to get ahold of.
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pics?
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and a video for differnt angles

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i just found this bar and a similar bar on offroadwarehouse.com theres 2 different ones one has a long bar on the bottom of the front the other has a short one heres the links

short one $124.99
http://www.offroadwarehouse.com/prod...productID/3660
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long one $140.99
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His is the long one.
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thats what she said,on a side note i really like that bumper
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I had a similar one from Pro Comp on my Jeep.......it was actually for an Explorer. Purchased at Summit racing.

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wow thats a very nice jeep!
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wow thats a very nice jeep!
thanks, actually had a few of them......


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dang,im jelous,how are the engines in them? i hear they are not reliable but i have a feeling its just like people say Fix Or Repair Daily to our trucks,which is not true
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nice jeeps! the bumper on the black one is sexy
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i just found this bar and a similar bar on offroadwarehouse.com theres 2 different ones one has a long bar on the bottom of the front the other has a short one heres the links

short one $124.99
http://www.offroadwarehouse.com/prod...productID/3660


long one $140.99
http://www.offroadwarehouse.com/prod...productID/3717

Thats my exact bar. Great job finding that website. I havent been able to find them for a long time.
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all i did was search on google it was one of the first links i think
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i love the black jeep!
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dang,im jelous,how are the engines in them? i hear they are not reliable but i have a feeling its just like people say Fix Or Repair Daily to our trucks,which is not true

gosh, we are total threadjackers.....


I never had any problems with either of them that wasn't abuse/offroad related. The black one actually got 22-24 MPG once I put the 4:56's in it. It had about 500 lbs or more of armor underneath. Bother were great trucks. Only mechanical issue I ever had on either was radiators (on both) and cat. converters (on both). That's it. Black one had 160K on it when I sold it, the red had 140K.

I have been happy with my Ranger so far too though. I am religious with oil changes and fluid changes in general.
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how do you mount the bar?
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You have to drill a couple holes into the bumper and then just bolt on.
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Okay, I'm breaking down and buying this light bar!

Here's my dumb question... ;-)

Website reads: (Fits 1996 - 2000 Model Rangers.) This will fit my 02, I'm guessing? lol
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