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Old 12-01-2012, 08:34 PM
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So, recently I found out my boyfriend has been talking to his mom about buying a brush guard.

well.... what exactly would I need to know about his truck and about brush guards in order to buy him an efficient brush guard..

Some questions I have that I would really appreciate the answer to..
What exactly does a brush guard do..
What is a good brush guard brand..
If he has shown her a brush guard that he's interested in, is it a good idea to get that one even though some reviews say that it's not very effective for protecting his truck against hitting a deer?

I need to know pretty quickly, because I have a great plan which involves lingerie. So boys.. makes his dream come true?
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All I can say is, Damn! I want a brush guard!
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ranch hand and westin are both good brands. all you should have to know is what year and model is truck is and you should be good to go
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ranch hand and westin are both good brands. all you should have to know is what year and model is truck is and you should be good to go


Are grille guards and brush guards the same thing..

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I can't believe no one has said they would only help if pictures of her in the lingerie were posted...
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I can't believe no one has said they would only help if pictures of her in the lingerie were posted...
I wish this were facebook.. and I could like this post. Granted, you unfortunately wouldn't get any pictures, then my Christmas presents wouldn't be a present anymore. Not to mention! I'd be out of a boyfriend, 500 bucks, AND i would have some random *** brush guard sittin in my garage.
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So, recently I found out my boyfriend has been talking to his mom about buying a brush guard.

well.... what exactly would I need to know about his truck and about brush guards in order to buy him an efficient brush guard..

Some questions I have that I would really appreciate the answer to..
What exactly does a brush guard do..
What is a good brush guard brand..
If he has shown her a brush guard that he's interested in, is it a good idea to get that one even though some reviews say that it's not very effective for protecting his truck against hitting a deer?

I need to know pretty quickly, because I have a great plan which involves lingerie. So boys.. makes his dream come true?
Basically it's to protect the front of the truck. What year truck does he have? Most bolt to the frame and basically go over the factory bumper. Some of the nice ranch hands, etc actually replace the front bumper all together. What's he want it for? aesthetics? protection?
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Old 12-01-2012, 09:20 PM
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Basically it's to protect the front of the truck. What year truck does he have? Most bolt to the frame and basically go over the factory bumper. Some of the nice ranch hands, etc actually replace the front bumper all together. What's he want it for? aesthetics? protection?
I can't say much.. because if he clicks on this he'll know i'm talkin' about him and then my disguise would be ruined.

But I can say I know The make model and year. And personally.. I want to buy him one to make sure his truck doesn't get hurt, Lets face it. I think I love that truck more than he does.

But I think he might want it mainly for looks, possibly because i'm worried he might hit a deer somewhere while mudding or whatever.

I mean obviously, I don't want to buy it just for looks, I want it to do SOMETHING other than make his truck look badass.
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