True Brushguards

Jmh

Badlands
New Member
First Name
Jet
Joined
Apr 15, 2021
Messages
2
Reaction score
11
Location
Texas
Vehicle(s)
F250
Bronco
Badlands
Are any of you vendors put there planning a true brushguard, either stand alone or for the modular bumper, instead of just bull bars?

We folks in West Texas need something that splits deer and rolls feral hogs. Hitting those on county roads is a bigger risk than brush damage in our part of the woods. It needs to be heavy enough to push 250 lb hogs under the diff, and push a 100 lb deer (which are taller) to the side. That is the main reason we put brush guards on our pick ups.
Advertisement

 

ROKBRNC

Badlands
Well-Known Member
Joined
May 2, 2020
Messages
113
Reaction score
419
Location
NorCal
Vehicle(s)
2004 LJ on tons, 1970 Bronco, 2014 F-150
Bronco
Badlands
Looks like Ranch Hand out of Shiner, TX might be working on something as they have the 2021 Bronco in their drop down menu, but no bumpers listed at the moment.
 

BAUS67

Base
Well-Known Member
First Name
redneck
Joined
Jan 3, 2020
Messages
2,333
Reaction score
5,574
Location
Central PA
Vehicle(s)
88 5.0 LX, 08 F-150 Stepside, 13 Explorer XLT, 97 Jeep Wrangler
Bronco
Base
Something like this ??????

UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_b8e.jpg


it is built to push rocks under the diff and Jeeps off to the side to get by on the trail. 😁
 

acnp2022

Base
Well-Known Member
First Name
Chris
Joined
Aug 15, 2021
Messages
414
Reaction score
1,345
Location
CT
Vehicle(s)
ford
Bronco
Base
Clubs
 
Still waiting for something to pop up. I had a rough country one, but they failed to say that it only fits with the stock bumper. Of course after I brought that up they finally updated their website
 

RednWhite89

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Evan
Joined
Aug 9, 2020
Messages
413
Reaction score
733
Location
DC
Vehicle(s)
1989 Bronco
Bronco
Badlands
Clubs
 
Maybe this from Maxlider...
 

ROKBRNC

Badlands
Well-Known Member
Joined
May 2, 2020
Messages
113
Reaction score
419
Location
NorCal
Vehicle(s)
2004 LJ on tons, 1970 Bronco, 2014 F-150
Bronco
Badlands
That’s getting close, needs a bit more.
If you’ve never been to TX, or any other long back country road, you most likely won’t understand hitting a solid object in the dark at 1:00am at 75mph.

Below is what the OP is looking for, only on a smaller scale specific to the Bronco.

1631749591376.jpeg
 
Last edited:

NotaVegetarian

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Nota
Joined
Mar 13, 2021
Messages
333
Reaction score
383
Location
Gone Hunting
Vehicle(s)
1978 Bronco, 1979 Bronco, F250 Super Crew
Bronco
Badlands
If you’ve never been to TX, or any other back country road, you most likely won’t understand hitting a solid object in the dark at 1:00am at 75mph.

Below is what the OP is looking for, only on a smaller scale specific to the Bronco.

1631749591376.jpeg
Been there and done that too. Hit more deer one year than most folks saw hunting. Pigs are rough on your undercarriage, even chased down a javelina or two. Need something tough, maybe something to keep brush off too and keep the deer from hopefully not rolling up the hood. I do like the one in the picture.
 
Last edited:

Exomodo

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Ryan
Joined
Aug 11, 2021
Messages
201
Reaction score
407
Location
Huntsville, AL
Vehicle(s)
Ranger
Bronco
Badlands
I ran over a deer carcass in the middle of my lane once southbound on I-476 (SE PA) in my '04 Volvo S60R with a car beside me and behind me rounding a blind curve, later another intercepted me at 90 degrees and left saliva, teeth and antler marks on it's hood. A Setina push bar, which would've looked cool, wouldn't have helped at all in either case. Car was mostly fine both times.
Black bear are really bad in that area, you don't want to hit them, they total your car and are pissed off you hit them...
 
Last edited:

MaverickMan

Black Diamond
Well-Known Member
First Name
Shane
Joined
Mar 13, 2020
Messages
3,141
Reaction score
6,396
Location
96708
Vehicle(s)
96 bronco sport 91 comanche eliminator 93 v8 zj
Bronco
Black Diamond
I will likely build something along the lines of a Runk style CJ bumper. I always loved it on my old jeep. Bashed alot of trees and river banks used the tubes for all sorts of recoveries and easy to wrap a cable or strap around. I like a simple design that is easy to modify when needs and uses change.
iver-custom-bumpersroll-bar24-ton-winchbluetooth-1.jpg
OIP.jpg
runk.png
 

cigartexan

First Edition
Well-Known Member
First Name
Jack
Joined
Jul 22, 2020
Messages
270
Reaction score
565
Location
Boerne, Texas
Vehicle(s)
Past: '84 Brco,'91 Brco,'93 Ltg. Pres: '12 F350
Bronco
First Edition

PSUTE

Base
Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 25, 2020
Messages
1,780
Reaction score
4,667
Location
Western Maryland
Vehicle(s)
Sierra
Bronco
Base
Coupla hundred grill/brush guard saved 2 of my trucks from discernible damage after deer strikes. Waiting on more affordable options...
 
Advertisement

 
4 Wheel Parts
Advertisement
Top