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Location: Nashville, TN area
Prices:
$300 picked up or delivered locally
$350 delivered within a 2 or so hour radius
$400-$425 shipped via Fastenal freight or similar

I have this awesome guard sitting in my garage waiting to go to a new home.

In my opinion, it is the best low-profile winch mounting option available, and offers a solid mix of style and front end protection. This thing is incredibly beefy.

Guard is in excellent shape, and was only removed because I switched over to a full steel bumper. I have never hit anything with it.

Sale is only for the guard and all mounting hardware necessary for install to a first generation Armada / Titan. No lights/winch/anything else pictured is included in the sale.

Post up or shoot me a PM if interested!
 

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Im pondering this over, how's the install?
 

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Does this use the front of the boxed frame to mount? My dad had one of these on his 2004 that he tried to install on his 2013 and it was missing the welded nuts on the front plate of the boxed frame section. My 2014 is the same, no welded on nuts to accept mounting bolts for certain accessories...like brush guards. This would be beneficial for later model Titans depending on mouting hardware configuration.
 

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Im pondering this over, how's the install?
The only thing difficult about install is the weight of the unit itself (90-110lb if I had to guess, never weighed it though). If you support it with a jack though, it's a breeze.

Does this use the front of the boxed frame to mount? My dad had one of these on his 2004 that he tried to install on his 2013 and it was missing the welded nuts on the front plate of the boxed frame section. My 2014 is the same, no welded on nuts to accept mounting bolts for certain accessories...like brush guards. This would be beneficial for later model Titans depending on mouting hardware configuration.
It uses the tow hook slots, as well as bolts on top of the OEM bumper in the gap where it meets with the bottom part of the grille. As far as brush guards/bull bars go, in my opinion, it's about as sturdy as it gets. Truthfully, it was more solid winching than the Iron Cross bumper that I replaced it with.
 

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