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Front brush guard and rear bumper ideas??

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Want to get a front brush guard for my ranger, any good brands and where to buy? I do not want lights and tow hooks though just the guard.

Also want rear end protection. I want to keep my stock bumper but want to add something to protect it like a "bumper guard". Any ideas. Is it possible to get anyting that comes out of the hitch reciever? I do not want like a step bar.

About taillight covers are they helpful, just trying to protect my body while in the brush.

Any ideas and pics would be greatly appreciated on body protection. Thanks.
 


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Rhino line the whole truck, anyways what year and 2wd? 4wd? trim? Never really heard of bumper guards besides those ugly bolt on ones from yesteryear lol. You know like what the road boats had. I imagine covers would work, bit that thin clear protective film for lenses would probably work better. I've seen trail light gaurds on other trucks, kinda looks like a mini brush guard for just the lenses lol. Not a fan though. What kinda brush you gonna be going through?
 

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just get a bruxh gaurd that looks like it will fit and make mounts for it thats what i did for my b2
 

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Personally I'm a sucker for the classic 4x4" pressure treated lumber look ........ 6x6" if you have a full-sized truck ;)

Or the tree branch look for the country folk.....

And if you really want to go all out - add that personal touch!

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Scour the internet for images then create your own. You can use cardboard paper, paper towel roll or TP roll holders for tubing. Roll paper to get the image. Possibilities are endless.
 

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