Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Bullbar, compatible with Winch (September 2014 to March 2018)

$4,179.00 inc. GST

For superior frontal protection for your Chevrolet Silverado, look no further than the Winch Compatible Big Tube Bullbar.

Choose Finish for BullBar:
Black Powdercoat Finish
Silver Polished Finish

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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Bullbar compatible with Winch

For superior frontal protection for your Chevrolet Silverado, look no further than the Winch Compatible Big Tube Bullbar. Crafted with unparalleled strength, quality, and style, this bullbar is engineered to be the ultimate shield. Constructed from high-tensile, structural-grade alloys, its single-piece channel ensures maximum durability.

Designed to seamlessly integrate with your Silverado, this bullbar features a specifically engineered steel mounting system that can accommodate up to a 16,000lb low mount winch. This ensures a secure fit without compromising on aesthetics. The full-width, braced lower protection skirt provides added defense.

Standard features include LED light combinations, bumper lights, air directional cooling vents, and an aerial bracket, enhancing both functionality and style. Choose from a mirror-polished finish or opt for one of our low-maintenance powder coat finishes to suit your preferences.

Compatible with the Warn M15-S Winch, installation is made easier with factory sensor transfers into surrounds, reducing installation time. Please note that this product has not been tested on the 2022 model.

Experience the pinnacle of alloy bull bar technology with the Winch Compatible Big Tube Bull bar – your Silverado’s ultimate defense.

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