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Quit being a pushover. If there's anything your truck needs, it needs more lights and more ruggedness to attract more attention on the road. Or shall we say, rather, off-road. Let's face it - you didn't just buy your truck to drive your family around. You want to be high up there with a clear view above everyone else.That's what a truck is all about - a high rider built for both street and off-road use. You should consider installing a push bar. The bar lets you mount more lights to further brighten up dark roads and off-road trails.Of course, a winch is in order as well, and it should be placed right in the center of your truck's front end, to give it good leverage for pulling. Your truck's front bumper isn't sturdy enough for placing a high-powered winch. A push bar is what you need for heavy-duty pulling. Different bar styles and designs are available here at Carparts.


• The push bars we offer are made of high-quality stainless steel.

• Our push bars are perfect for mounting additional lights and winches.

• Our push bars come with a limited lifetime warranty.

Push Bar Articles

  • How to Install a Push Bar 11 January 2013

    In order to push another vehicle using our own without damaging either car, we need a push bar. This component is mounted to the tow hooks on the front end of the truck and protects this area from being damaged while it is pushing up against another object. If you need to attach a push bar onto your vehicle, simply follow these steps and you won't go wrong.

    Required skill level: Novice

    Needed tools and materials

    1. 10 mm wrench or socket
    2. 8 mm wrench or socket
    3. Push bar mounting kit

    Removing the bolts and air box

    Using a 10 mm wrench or socket, take off the four 10 mm bolts located on each side of the vehicle's airbox, which is usually found beneath the front end of the truck. Then, remove the three 8 mm bolts from the bottom of the airbox. Next, remove the airbox from the plastic push-screws that's mounting it to the vehicle and set it aside.

    Taking off other bolts and tow hooks

    Loosen the back bolts on each tow hook, but be careful not to remove them yet. As for the front bolts, loosen and take off them from each tow hook. With the tow hooks loose, remove them from the back bolts. When hooks are off, remove the back bolts as well.

    Attaching bolts to the mounting brackets

    Align the holes on the left mounting bracket with those on the left tow hook mount. Then, insert the back bolt into its respective hole and tighten it with your fingers. Next, look for the cross bolt included in the mounting kit and insert it through the opposite side of the tow hook mount. Then, insert the front bolt into its respective bolt and tighten it with your fingers, but be careful not to tighten it all the way. Do these again on the right side mounting bracket.

    Installing the push bar and tightening the remaining hardware

    Line the holes on the push bar up with the holes on the mounting brackets, and insert the bolts, which were included in the kit, into the holes to hold the push bar in place. Get the lock washers and nuts, which you can find in the mounting kit, and install them onto the bolts. However, do not fully tighten them yet. With everything in place, tighten the front and back bolts on the tow mounts completely, before doing the same thing to the nuts on the push bar.