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    Most bull bars are mounted where your current front tow eyes attach to the frame. You will have to remove your tow eyes in order to install your bull bar. However, when you find one you like on line, just double check the manufacture's webite or google "installation manual for xxxx" and you should be able to find out where it attaches.


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    SUSPENSION: Rancho 4" Suspension Lift; Rancho RS9000XL Shocks; Rancho Skid Plates; Rancho MyRide Wireless Shock Controller;
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    BFG All Terrain KO 315/70/17
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    The smittybilt bull bar mounts right in the place of where your factory tow hooks are..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBCCHEVY View Post
    Thanks for all the responses! Are the bull bars just bolt on? no drilling holes or anything like that? Same with the fender flares..do you need to drill holes? I wish I could order from autoanything but duty would be pretty big to Canada I think...Gonna check out my parts store when I get back home. Also what kind of gains do you get from the Airraid TBC on the 5.3L?

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    X2 on the throttlebody spacer, they do nothing for performance. I use mine for a paper weight, its very good for that!
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    HAHA thanks for the info on the tbs and bull bar, cheers.

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    Save any parts you remove for after market replacements. You will need them for max value if you ever trade your truck in.

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    I have the Volant CAI. I like it. It was cheaper than the K&N was one reason I went with it. I would recommend it.
    Another place to look at is trailready.com. I had one of their winch bumper on my old jeep and loved it.

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