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Brush guard

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Rednecknutcase, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. farmlet

    farmlet New Member

    Love your roof rack, definitely will need to buy/build something like that. Well, first I have to get a Kei truck, but THEN the first thing will be the rack...
  2. Ruffian72

    Ruffian72 New Member

    IMG_0105.JPG Guard/bumper in progress, will have integrated skid plate when done. work keeps me from building/ playing. Got plans for rear. Designed to Bolt on/off in case needed repairs are ever needed
  3. KCCats

    KCCats Member

    I tried to do the search and found this post!
    Does anyone have a link to the pics of how to mount the brush guard?
  4. TRAX and HORNS

    TRAX and HORNS Well-Known Member

    As you can see there is not much meat you can tie in to. But it is possible. The best place is to weld bottom supports to the outside of left and right frame members.
    What I have done a number of times is to go to city, county surplus sales and by brush guards that come off law enforcement vehicles. Usually about 25 to 35 dollars. Cut them down and reduce length plus a little bit of fabrication. Just a ideal.
    Sorry for know pictures, out of town.
  5. KCCats

    KCCats Member

    Well I bolted mine together last night!
    I went with 2" angle iron and took the front mounts for the suspension supports and put it under so that it will come straight out!
    Then drilled a 1 1/4" hole in them as well as a piece of 3x3 angle.
    I used 1" sch 80 black pipe as my uprights and then threaded pipe to a T and then around the head lights!
    Im a plumber so I plan on going up from the outside of the head lights in line with the A post to tie into a pipe/ ladder rack!
    If I knew how to post pics I would, can anyone give me a link to a How to post pics?

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