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Grill guard?

where can i get a westin ultimate bull gaurd or just a simple middle section of a grill guard for a 93 ranger? i cant really find what im looking for
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heres mine

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aren't those discontinued now Stoney?
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not that i know of i know they raised the price a little let me check...

nope

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ZX488183P $99 black

ZX488191T $135 chrome

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where is that from, and how about just a light bar or light tabs?
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aren't those discontinued now Stoney?
your thinking of the KC light bar on the roof.....


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where is that from, and how about just a light bar or light tabs?
the front bar... i just edited the post above yours
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I got this one in the classifieds
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=57502

Heres what it looked like on my truck:


I see you live in wisconsin, we could meet up somewhere in between.
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^^^ that wont work on a 1993 unless he fabbed up custom brackets...
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I have some custom fabed brackets on there now. I just used slotted angle iron and a bunch of bolts.
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im liking the first one i think i might go with that
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ive got a warn trans4mer, think it cost 200, got it 3 years ago through autozone. Name:  32707001.jpg
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^^^^ DANG those step bars hang down low!
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^^^^ DANG those step bars hang down low!
He's short.
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I hope he never takes that thing offroad, talk about high centering like mad.
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rarely ever leaves the highway, they do drag in 6" of snow. didnt mean for them to be quite that low, but the original setup had them against the rockers and un-usable. took 3x3 angle, trussed them with flat iron, and made a brace to the frame. theres other pics around here of the mounts but i dont feel like digging them up right now, youve probly seen them anyways.
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Yeah mine aren't too usable either, they work i just gotta stick my foot in a little bit. Once its body lifted it will be fine tho.
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rarely ever leaves the highway, they do drag in 6" of snow. didnt mean for them to be quite that low, but the original setup had them against the rockers and un-usable. took 3x3 angle, trussed them with flat iron, and made a brace to the frame. theres other pics around here of the mounts but i dont feel like digging them up right now, youve probly seen them anyways.
ya i understand that one. the set i have for my truck were so close and under the rocker i couldnt use them at all. basically a set of sliders... i made a 1.5" spacers to move them out more but didnt drop them...



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Yeah mine aren't too usable either, they work i just gotta stick my foot in a little bit. Once its body lifted it will be fine tho.
bill had the same kind as you. they are bolted to the body correct? after a body lift they are 100% the same they move with the body...
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bill had the same kind as you. they are bolted to the body correct? after a body lift they are 100% the same they move with the body...
Nooo I'm pretty sure they mount to the frame. I'm not 100% sure tho
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Nooo I'm pretty sure they mount to the frame. I'm not 100% sure tho
i doubt that do outside and take a look
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If my truck wasn't in the middle of a parking lot 2.5 miles away I sure would.
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