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Old 11-14-2004, 12:34 PM
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Brush Guard for my truck

Ok, I am looking at getting a brush guard for my truck. Anyone know a place that i can order it from and have them install it? Thinking maybe Pep Boys but not sure about them. Anyone have any bad experiences or good experiences with them?
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Old 11-14-2004, 01:45 PM
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Check out Ben Pilla on the Black Horse Pike in Mount Ephraim. High perfomance and truck parts store, nice guys too.
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Um, er, they install very easy you know. Generally you drill four holes, and bolt the brush guard and the light grills together, then to the bumper. If they are going to charge you $20 to install it, I can appreciate laziness, but really, its less than an hours worth of work. Probably would take you longer to find a sharp drill bit than to actually install it yourself!
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Most model specific brush guards require no drilling.
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