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I was wanting a fire-engine style front bumper/grill guard, and I think I found it :) http://www.buckstop.biz/chevy-gmc_90s.html The price is a tad sttep, but it's one fine looking bumper, and I can put some off-road lights and a winch in it.
 

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They also have one for 80s style models, which would probably fit your 73-91 style Suburban better. And my '84.



For $1400, no drilling, no welding, sounds terrific, except for $1400 I could buy two more Suburbans like mine...but that's the style I'd be looking for...
 

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That's pretty tough looking. Well, $1400 ... you get what you pay for.
 

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I love it, gonna start working on one as soon as we get rid of all this snow.

That should look great on the 94 Burb. Then the wife can go off road and not worry.
 

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They also have one for 80s style models, which would probably fit your 73-91 style Suburban better. And my '84.



For $1400, no drilling, no welding, sounds terrific, except for $1400 I could buy two more Suburbans like mine...but that's the style I'd be looking for...
That thing is sweet. It make me want to go smash thru some small brush and sapplings. Awesome!
 

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I plan on getting one for my burb.

I also plan on getting a heads up display night vision device that I seen on the Hummer website. You can see up to 5 times the distance of your headlights. I called my local Chevy dealer and he said it can be fitted on the Suburban. Although it costs about $3000.00
 
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