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Old 01-19-2015, 12:24 AM
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Brush Guard or Bull Bar?

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What do you guys think would look better on a Trailblazer. I'm currently looking to get one. 02 TB


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Old 01-19-2015, 03:32 AM
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i vote...


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Brush Guard! here is mine I custom made for my TB. the only thing I personally don't like about the brush guards are the Headlight protectors. [IMG][/IMG]
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neither.. most of the long time guys call them damage multipiers bc of where they mount to.. if you want something that will actually take some abuse hit up mdb fabrication over on the other "better" forum that is made by the enthusiast for the enthusiast.. just follow the link HERE..
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It depends on your needs. The brush guard can provide some protection against light road debris and brush. If you have a street TB, a bull bar is a good accessory and it allows you to add auxiliary lights. Both won't keep your ride from getting damage. If you need the best front-end protection, you need a full bumper replacement.
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I would hit up MDB fab on facebook or on the website.

Those "brush guards" do not make good Deer strainers!
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