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Old 09-18-2014, 08:38 AM   #1
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new bush bar for tv

Well back from Holidays, now looking to replace the bush bar on the truck.
Have looked at he Ranch Hand front Grill
Any comments on them?
Where is the best place and price to get one?
Even thinking of getting one across the line in October when I am down there for Thanksgiving.
Well even Alberta ( No sales tax)

in August bent the old bar and bumper, Now getting fixed
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Old 09-18-2014, 10:20 PM   #2
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why was this moved?
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Old 09-19-2014, 12:09 AM   #3
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Topics/discussions associated with our TV's will have increased visibility and response in the "Towing and Tow Vehicle" forum...., posted in the "Travel Trailer" forum they tend to get buried quickly and overlooked in the mix with Travel Trailer topics.

As you are aware, a temporary automatic re-direct was placed in the original forum. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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Thanks I thought I did some thing wrong.
Went to email this last night, Power went out until 1 am
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You may have trouble finding a new replacement as dealers will have a hard if not impossible finding one thats still sitting around that will fit. When ever a new model comes out they quit making the old model. I'm guessing there's prolly been 5-6 changes in body styles since yours.
Good luck though.
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Old 09-19-2014, 08:54 AM   #6
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hi
That right
The old one is not available anymore , so looking for a new one.
I like the look of the Ranch Hand.
They say it will fit the Dodge.
Insurance claim, they will cover 50% of the cost. Because of the grill being old.
Alright off to work. The traffic has been terrible this last week.
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Old 09-19-2014, 01:31 PM   #7
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Last year I paid $535 for my '02 F350's grill guard about a year ago. I chose the model with the rock guard screen to protect all the stuff I have behind the grill. Bought it at a Ranch Hand Supply store. Couldn't find a better price, but found it competitive vs. other brands.
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That why I like that one. it covers the front grill.
And It looks good.( Do not want any thing wimpy looking)
Things are a lot cheaper in the states.
They are about $1000 up here.
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Old 09-20-2014, 12:47 PM   #9
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We've been watching those Canadian home fixer-upper shows with all the hundred year old wrecks going for over a half-million. I'd love to have a thread on how you all can afford them!

I bought mine from a local retail store. It's affiliated with Ranch Hand Truckfitters, but maybe you could look on the Truckfitters site and go from there. A nice winter in Texas where most of their stores are?
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I would like to buy one of those homes too. I watch the states homes shows too

I love the big wrap around porches .
I have friend daughter, who is a long haul truck driver. She loves Texas
Has two dogs named after cities there.
I may even call her.
But she is hauling in Canada now.
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