|02-14-2013 11:07 PM|
All joking aside. This stuff is high quality. But you could make your own with the right supplies and equipment much like anything else available out there.
|02-14-2013 06:47 PM|
|cmaggi2||That's a great idea. I bet you could rig some up before going on trails for a lot cheaper than that though.|
|02-14-2013 06:34 PM|
|cornfedksboy||If there were trees in Kansas, I'd get em.|
|02-14-2013 06:20 PM|
|02-13-2013 09:48 PM|
I also bought one of their grill screen kits and got a package deal.
I can take more pictures from different angles if anyone wants. These are just what I had on my phone.
YES you have to drill. And I was skeptical at first. There's a very thick piece of tape (similar to 3M clear bra material) attached to the mounting brackets that mount to the windshield frame. This material protects the paint and seals around the self tappers included in the kit. Of course I used a q-tip with paint to seal the holes, or did I use clear nail polish? Whatever, but definitely cover the bare metal for paint integrity and longevity.
Had them since last summer and they have held up perfectly thus far in winter conditions (mag-chloride, salt, sand, power washing, drive through car wash, etc.)
You can see where branches were smashing and scratching my windshield frame before I had them.
|02-13-2013 09:22 PM|
They are called limb risers and yeah it's just to deflect tree branches. Not sure who makes them tho.
Side question: do you have to drill into the side of the windshield frame to bolt the top support in? The bottom goes to the hood latch
|02-13-2013 09:20 PM|
What are these
Iv seen a couple jeeps driving around with cables running from the top corners above the front windshield. Down to the front corners of the hood. Obviously they're to deflect tree limbs ect. But what are they called and who makes them. Or is it a custom thing.