Setina PB-400 Push Bar -Aluminum

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  1. LibertyTC

    LibertyTC Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I had a few mods done to my Steel PB-400 Took an angle iron and welded it to the bottom of push bar. Then a bolt on removable down post got welded to the skid plate.
    No you can push with confidence and still unbolt the down post to remove the skid plate.
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    I know this an old thread but..
    Has anyone used this with a Detours Backbone winch mount?
     
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    Couldn't use both together and no reason to have both
     
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    Ya I agree. The setina covers too much of the bumper to be able to be compatible with the detour. Even with massive cutting and welding I think it would be a bad bad idea.
     
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    Anybody know of anything similar to this style push bar that works with a 2006? I'm seeing a few of the more grill guard styles but I really don't care for the headlight guards.
     
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    Matrix Brush Guard from Jeepinbyal does, you can just buy the center section or the whole thing, very strong mounts , has tow points built in. Works great
    Test fitting it on an 06 ( buddy had another bumper on so we removed it to see how fit would be, reason for lights behind grill )
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    Thanks Tom, I saw that brush guard on another thread and was initially put off by the price but I'm loving the look of it. As far as mounting lights to it would you pretty much have to make your own mounting points for it? I guess the only place to do it would be right in front of the grille
     
  8. CzarKJ

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    Tube clamps. Plenty of tube clamp options out there.

    Like such.
    http://www.quadratec.com/products/13008_1044_07.htm
     
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    There are two mounting points on the top already
    Plus can mount below
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    On the 04
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