An Off-Road Bumper is a Great Intro into the Truck Customizing World.
A friend took you for your first off-road driving experience the other day and – even though it was on a super easy trail – you’re hooked.
Now you’re all about learning how to off-road and to customize your own truck. And, you’ve been told one of the best places to start is a new bumper. Off-road bumpers, (which, among other duties, must rescue a truck in peril), are totally different from the bumpers found on street worthy vehicles.
“Whether you run cattle on a ranch or spend your weekends romping your truck in the boonies, quality bumpers can be an asset on your rig,” motortrend.com says. “Depending on your needs, they can serve as winch or tow mount, brush protection, light-mount location, or sometimes animal protection.”
A Bull Bar by Any Other Name is Still a Bumper.
Bumpers are also known as bull bars. Their job is to protect the front of your vehicle from rock, tree, brush, and animal strikes, as well as other unavoidable trail obstacles. In addition, some off-roaders also buy a back bumper.
After-market bumpers are versatile and give drivers many options, according to roadandtrack.com. For example, some of them bolt on in one piece while others are fully customizable weld-together kits. Also, some come with lighting and/or winches. Their cost depends on their features and durability. Your best choice depends on you, your truck and the type of off-roading you plan to do and what sort of territory you plan to negotiate.
If you have no idea where to begin, talk with the experts at Trick Trucks on Betts Pond Road in Millsboro. They have years of experience they are happy to share.
Trick Trucks prides itself on upfront and honest quotes, timely installations, and quality products and parts. With 15 bays equipped with lifts including two fully integrated alignment racks, Trick Trucks can accommodate all types of vehicles. They offer top of the line tire and wheel mounting and road force balancing. The mounting and balancing machines accommodate up to 30″ wheels and 40″ tires. Top of the line combination shop of aftermarket specialists and ASE mechanics allows for the smoothest aftermarket installation available. Trick Trucks installed parts and labor come with a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty.
Trick Trucks of Millsboro is part of Trick Trucks & Cars franchise and the In & Out Tire Pros family, a locally-owned and operated auto service center. You get peace of mind knowing every accessories installation is done by ASE trained technicians.
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