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cattle gaurd is on.. pics

well while i was in the field the truck went to the shop and the cattle gaurd got installed.. and the light tab/bar got made/installed on the roll bar..

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pics of the brackets for the cattle gaurd":

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the light tab

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Looks good!
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thanks, cant wait to get the lights on there.. still have to measure, remeasure and remeasure again to make sure where the lights are gunna go so its even..
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Haha yea can't have misplaced lights.
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yeah, dont want to be that guy lol.. cant wait to get them on and see what she will look like!
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Wow those cattle guard brackets look beefy.

And that roll bar looks mean as well.
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thanks freddie, yeah he knows what he is doing.. im very happy. wasnt cheap though lol
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BEEF!

test the gaurd on that little black car
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Looks good against the white truck..Usually not a fan of them but looks really good on yours
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thanks again for the compliments guys! Very happy with my truck right now.. still have some things i want to do, like coilover conversion lol..
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You can always "oval" the holes a little if you miss.

You need to put up a pic that shows that sexy double bar better!
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Grill guards look good only on some trucks and yours is def. one of them. Everything looks great. Nice and beefy looking.
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Looks awesome! Congrats!
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i would call it more of a brush guard than cattle guard considering a cow weighs upwards of half a ranger haha..

looks good though.
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Very nice!! That car next to your truck looks soooo small. lol
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You can always "oval" the holes a little if you miss.

You need to put up a pic that shows that sexy double bar better!
what do you mean double bar?
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what do you mean double bar?
You roll bar, its not just two pipes joined into the hoop. They angled pipes are tied together and the joined to the hoop at the top, where you've fabbed up that light bar up there.

Sorry if I'm not making sense, night shifts and no sleep make me semi-incoherent.
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oooh lol.. gotcha. um, let me see if i can come up with smoe more pics for ya.
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heres a link to my original thread when i got it.. let me know if you need more pics and of what and i will go take them for you.
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James --

Looks good. I need to take some more recent photos of my truck... I have a very similar brush guard on mine, and the same exact KC Daylighters (and, currently, the same covers -- eventually gonna get the black rock guard grilles, tho)
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Truck looks great James
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turbo- thanks! yes def. go take some more pics! do you have the 150W or 130W. they discontinued the 150W'rs.. from what i have heard they will melt the plastic rock gaurds lol.
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your ranger looks HUGE. I have the same setup but yours looks way bigger than mine for some reason. Is there a reason you didnt cap the ends of the light bar? I think it would look way cleaner if they were capped. looks great though.
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looking good man, head's will turn for sure.
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Looks good! Def need some new covers for the lights though, I have the stone guards and run my lights (100watt KCs) with them on all the time. Havent melted one yet!
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