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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-02-2011, 10:15 PM Thread Starter
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Steelcraft Bull Bar pictures?

I'm getting ready to pull the trigger for a Steelcraft Bull Bar for my Ridge. Anyone have pictures of it installed on their truck? Happy with the quality?
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I'm getting ready to pull the trigger for a Steelcraft Bull Bar for my Ridge. Anyone have pictures of it installed on their truck? Happy with the quality?
Just put this on. Quality is good, price is excellent. I wanted an all black bull bar or grill guard that had no manufacturer identification. It was either the Steelcraft bull bar or the Burtman Industries grill guard. I chose the Steelcraft simply on price. Many ROC members seem to be pleased with the Burtman but the shipping cost were going to kill me on my end.

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I gotta get me a set of those ramps!!!!!!!

I got a chrome one, sorry no pics, and love it! Gonna put some lights on it in the spring!

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I gotta get me a set of those ramps!!!!!!!

I got a chrome one, sorry no pics, and love it! Gonna put some lights on it in the spring!
Ramps are an enormous help, make oil changes a lot easier on cars with low clearance. I think I paid $50 give or take a few for them from Autozone. Really helps with the girlfriends '10 Civic and my '91 Prelude.

What kind of lights are going on your bar? I have a Hella 500 Series Black Magic kit coming in on Monday. Hoping the fit is right, we will see.
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how many light tabs are there?
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Two mounting points.
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hey toaster...did the installation of the bullbar require removing and not using the engine undercover or did you do a retrofit?

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You got to remove the plastic to cut out 2 holes and reinstall it!

Toaster, to answer your question about the lights, I got the 7" Pilot brand lights for $50 extra when I bought the Bullbar. They are cheap, but good enough for my use!

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hey toaster...did the installation of the bullbar require removing and not using the engine undercover or did you do a retrofit?
As Rickman said, you do have to remove the plastic splash guard to access the bracket mounting points, very simple, just go easy on the tabs, they mangle easily. I cut my splash guard the width of the brackets to accommodate the setup.

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You got to remove the plastic to cut out 2 holes and reinstall it!

Toaster, to answer your question about the lights, I got the 7" Pilot brand lights for $50 extra when I bought the Bullbar. They are cheap, but good enough for my use!
Thanks for the reply Rickman, my Hella's are on my bar right now and fit great, they do not hide my plate which is what I was concerned about.
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Re: Steelcraft Bull Bar pictures?

Did anyone take pictures of the required cuts?

I have had bull bar sitting in my house for weeks, waiting for the temperature to pop up again so that I can install it outside. Winter crept up on me!
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