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1995 Chevy Suburban Brushguard Lights - Guardduty

Posted in How To on April 1, 2008
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Here's a surprise: We installed this Westin Sportsman brushguard on our '95 Suburban in a matter of minutes. Yep, really. The secret to its speedy assembly is its design, which incorporates clamps that simply affi x the unit to the vehicle with no drilling. In virtually no time we had improved the aesthetics of our daily-driver/weekend-warrior rig, while at the same time given it a fighting chance against brush and other trail body-bashers.

Heck, we got the brushguard on so fast, we had plenty of time to bolt a pair of Westin large driving lights onto the Sportsman's built-in light tabs. Even that went pretty fast.

Bottom line here is that this install defines an easy bolt-on. Even if you only have rudimentary mechanical skills, this install can make you look like Joe Mechanic.

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