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New Bull Bar

Picked up a Bull Bar on ebay. check it out.

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You gonna mount lights to it? Looks BA
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Looks good.
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same one i have but becareful with it the skid plate part can break easily
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Nice. One of those is in my truck's near future.

How much did that one run ya?
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Looks good.. need better pics!!!
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I still say a brush guard looks 100X better imo
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looks good! Lets see more of the Rig!
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Looks aiight, but we really need better pics.
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nice, you should put up a better picture though. and lights on that would look cool too.
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looks good, I always wanted one... but are too expensive for me at this point. Maybe down the road.
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looks good. same one i have, mount some lights on it!
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same one i have but becareful with it the skid plate part can break easily
Yeah. They are pretty much for show and to hold fog lights. I'm on my second safari bar, they do nothing in accidents or if you hit stuff....LOL

But it'll make your truck look badass though!!
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I want one just for the look and to mount some lights on. I don't really care if it holds no other function other than looking BA.
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looks good but needs so lights
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Looks sweet! Not to ***** the thread, but get lights and avoid those big ice mountains that build up in big parking lots (top right of skid-plate of the bull-bar)

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And the thread has been jacked.....
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yeah still looking for light, i want them as bright as possible.
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well got my lights 6" kc long range. went to mount them and the pre-drilled holes are to far apart and the lights hit the side bars. thinking im gonna have to drill.

any ideas?
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just bolt an adapter plate in the predrilled holes and it will allow u to move the lights over
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adapter plate? do i make one or does someone sell it
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Make it, it'll make the bull bar more custom
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looks good man
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