I have the vent visors, but am waiting on replacements. I have the GM molded mudflaps with the white Chevy logo, this morning I cut out the camo to fit inside the bowtie, and it does look nice, both my wife and daughter like it. I will be doing the bowtie on the tailgate and had planned on the sides and bumpers but may change that. Just want to accent, not overdo it.
With the brackets it is rock solid. I had wanted brackets, so one day a used car dealer had a Westin brush guard out for sale $50, and it had the bent main beams, I stopped and looked at it and saw that they had support brackets coming from the side, that let me know there was an anchor point behind the grille. So I brainstormed and fabricated. Mine look like this -----\/--, so they are mounted underneath the cross bar. I can still mount lights if I decide to.
This is a Polar Bear brush guard, I also have the rear bumper guard on, plus I got the taillight guards(which I have not put on) Some guy had a trailblazer, it was getting repo'd and he took these all off to sell. He was asking $200, I gave him $100. They are not perfect, but work for me.
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