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Old 05-22-2009, 12:29 PM
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I am strongly considering adding a Westin knock-down or "push" bar to the front of my rig, their black tube step rail too.

Anyone here have any experience with their products? I'm up North for the first time in my life, I will be driving in snow, and want to know if these things are prone to rust.
 
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Old 05-22-2009, 06:18 PM
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I love mine. I live in NY and no rust, you just have to keep it cleaned off.
 
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Cool cool, not a problem. Thanks for the reply.
 
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I have a couple buddies who run them and we're in Washington. The worst thing that was happened to it was on was ripped right off. Of course he was really stuck and insisted on us using that to yank. But none the less I like em.
 
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Awesome, sounds like I'll be snatching a set of tubes from Summit sometime in the near future. Knock down will follow in the Fall. (trying to balance exterior appearance with audio / visual. )
 
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I had one on my Jeep Cherokee which died one night, so I had my buddy tow me home via a strap from his tow hitch to the lower support bar on the brush guard... lets just say never let anyone use that to get you unstuck or tow you lol.
 
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i have the westin safari light bar it looks good and it holds two lights not a brush guard but it does its purpose
 
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I had my nerf bars powder coated gloss black to match my truck. I like it lots!
 
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