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Old 10-20-2006, 09:05 AM
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Prerunner Bar

I was thinking about possibly adding a prerunner bar to the front of my truck. I have had brushguards in the past, but I've never really liked the look. I do like the steel full replacement bumpers, like Road Armor, but they are way too much money. I basically want something that will protect the bumper and have another bar that goes higher up to protect the grille some, but still remain at the height of a prerunner, and I also want to be able to mount at least 4 lights on it. Has anyone seen any of these, or know where I can get one?
Also, I don't want one that is pre-powdercoated or painted, I want to get it in a primed form so I can Line-X it.
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this one looks good, dont care for the color though
heres the link:
http://www.rockymountainsusp.com/Tub_Prerunners.htm
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Old 10-23-2006, 04:34 AM
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Those are priced fairly nice, I just question their durability. I did find one made by Daystar, that looks a little beefier, seems like it sits higher so there'd be more room for a winch below it.

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this one is beefeir(maybe the one yur talkin about) its from "four real steel" i think daystar make them
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i want the orange one
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this one is beefeir(maybe the one yur talkin about) its from "four real steel" i think daystar make them
Yeah I'd say that one is the winner. The only thing is that I'd still want the ability to mount a winch, perhaps they could weld a piece of 2" square tubing so I could throw one of those front/rear multi-mount winches on, whenever I wanted.

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Old 10-25-2006, 01:10 AM
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i wouldnt do that it would mess up the look of the prerunner bar.
you could get something like this

its a front mount reciver hitch
theres alot more thats just one brand

then you could use this

to mount your winch to


just an idea it would keep everything clean lookin
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The two inch receiver for the front is the way to go in my book! That way you can move the winch from the front to back as needed and you can store it inside, out of the weather. I wish they made ones for quads because I would buy one in a heart beat!
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Old 10-25-2006, 01:27 AM
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The two inch receiver for the front is the way to go in my book! That way you can move the winch from the front to back as needed and you can store it inside, out of the weather. I wish they made ones for quads because I would buy one in a heart beat!

what kind of 4wheeler do u have?
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Polaris 400 Xplorer 4 by. It's a piece of brap but has to hold me over for another 2 years! I want that new can am 800! Talk about a bad bike!
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