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Old 02-29-2008, 02:35 PM
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Stylish bull bar?

Anyone know of sylish (read as not needing 4x4 brutishness) bull bars for expeditions? I say one on a 4x2 pathfinder and it was pretty nice looking. I like the way it matches the body curves.



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I personally like the westin ultimate bull bar
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Waag products typically follow the style of a vehicle. That might suit your tastes

If you want something more serious, here's the one on my Tundra.

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That one is a Ranch Hand and they do make them for the '97-98 Expeditions and then '99-'02 I spose. I am not sure if they make one for the '03-'06 or '07+.

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That's exactly what i was looking for WAAG makes one for the 03-06 years, fits the front end like a beautiful glove Part #12863 for the part that can ship by UPS, 15862 for the pre-assembled part. 12863 Added to my wishlist
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Waag products typically follow the style of a vehicle. That might suit your tastes

If you want something more serious, here's the one on my Tundra.

Click the image to open in full size.

That one is a Ranch Hand and they do make them for the '97-98 Expeditions and then '99-'02 I spose. I am not sure if they make one for the '03-'06 or '07+.

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WOW!! that thing looks like you could run over a heard of bulls while filming a madmax movie!! that's some serious welding & design!! nice bar! i have to ask what that set you back?$$?
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That's exactly what i was looking for WAAG makes one for the 03-06 years, fits the front end like a beautiful glove Part #12863 for the part that can ship by UPS, 15862 for the pre-assembled part. 12863 Added to my wishlist
Hey, glad I could help. I think with most of their apps you can keep your tow hooks too.
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WOW!! that thing looks like you could run over a heard of bulls while filming a madmax movie!! that's some serious welding & design!! nice bar! i have to ask what that set you back?$?
Haha yeah man. It's freakin sturdy as can be. Had my dad not sold my' 98 Expedition on Vday, I would have put a full bumper replacement on that (if I were still driving it, too)

It's definitely one of the toughest grile guards you can buy. 12 gauge steel, fully welded, etc., etc. It set me back $600 installed and after tax. Well, well worth it.

They look awesome on the older F150s, not AS much so on the new ones, but still look great.

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the westin ultimate bull has a classy look to it
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