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post #1 of 4 Old 12-04-2011, 06:01 PM Thread Starter Fanatic
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Brush/Grill Guards

I was wanting to see some pics of different brand guards on our trucks, I've seen a lot of the ranch hand style(which I like mind you), but I'm wanting to see what else is available. also, what brands are good quality products? Tried finding something like the Go Rhino 3000, just to see what they look like on ours, but found nothing.

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T3 truck out of uvalde, TX makes some great guards. I ran a front bumper replacement of theirs for a long time....and I get to support a texas based company.

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here is mine. its a go rhino. This is my third one on 3 different rigs and I love them.

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The cheapo grille guards or even the spendier ones in general have a tendency to crunch during a deer strike potentially rupturing a radiator, lights, etc.

I'd reccomend a full plate bumper replacement.

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