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Old 09-04-2013, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by battlerattle View Post
I have never seen the deal with bull bars. They are not really functional (ok, they can hold lights), you csant push or pull with them and in most cases they decrease your approach angle. If you want a bar for lights look at something by gary ellis or something.
I don't really want a bull bar, would prefer full brush bars.. I have to park my truck in a packed parking lot full of idiots at my college and I already had someone back into my truck the other week, and would like to get a little more protection for the front of my truck without dropping the bank on heavy duty bumpers.. Also almost all of my driving at night is on back country roads with deer.. i know it wont fully protect my truck from bambi running into it, but it couldn't hurt.
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