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what type safari or waag bars to get??

I have a black XLT flareside, I want to get safari or waag bar (don't know exactly what the name is?) But the major question is what do you think looks better stainless steel or black? (i have stainless steel nerf bars, if that matter in terms of looks)

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I like black.
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even with the stainless steel nerf bars
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Ya I reckon I'd still go with black. Any pics. of the truck?
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no, i dont have any pics. I think black would look better and i could always take the nerf bars off
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You could also paint them black to match if you want to keep them on.
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I like chrome..even better on a black truck.
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chrome sometimes makes a truck look busy, ESPECIALLY when people dont know they've gone over board. just my 2 cents. black looks clean, no matter how much there is.
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Heres a pic of a black safari bar on a dark green almost black ranger



Since your bumper is already chrome I would go with black, it will help seperate the 2 and bring out the bar visually. If you had an EDGE model I would say go with the chrome, because they have the color matched bumper.
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heres a pic of my old safari bar on my black 01..

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If your bumper is black go with chrome to match the step-bars, if your bumper is chrome go with black to bring the safari bar out.
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Black IMO
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