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Old 09-22-2010
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Grill guard.bull bar

ive got a 2000 ranger 4wd xlt, and was wondering if i put a grille guard or a bull bar on it if i have to take off my skid plate. Thanks
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Old 09-22-2010
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that depends, if you put a bulbar from westin automotive, than they come with a skid plate. Now if your skid plate is not attached to the frame rails behind your bumper, you should have no problem bolting up your grille guard
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Any of the ones I looked at said it had to be removed. I ended up with the Westin Safari bar and it would have to be removed to put it on, but mine was already taken off by then.
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