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Hello all. Just wanted to post some pics in case anyone was interested to see the Titan with a Brush Guard and a WARN XD9000i, as well as three 7" lights. I had to shrink the file size a lot, so the quality isn't the best, but I have a bunch more. I searched a while before figuring out what could be installed, and I had it done this winter. The Guard and lights were professionally installed, but I refurbished and installed the old winch myself.
 

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That looks badass man. Very clean looking. That is something that I want to do as well.
 

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Very cool.
 

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That looks damn good on that black T. Nice choice!!!
 

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Warns are very handy!
 

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Thanks for the compliments. I'll enjoy it, and I hope the winch does its job as it has in the past on a previous truck. Ideally, I wish I had gotten the lights without the red ring (the middle ring, I painted black) and the blue rope and yellow hook is a bit flashy for my taste. With the cover on the winch, at least the red lights match the WARN emblem and the other red accents on the truck. Not really that big a deal anyway. I was impressed with the way the Brush Guard came out. It has a nice powder coat and the welds are strong. As for the lights, they are HID from Rugged Ridge. A lot of people really like them, and I have used them off road in the woods, but I was slightly disappointed. I preferred my old KC Daylighters which I think were 165 watts a piece (I know they weren't the 100 or 150 watt version), I prefer not having to wait for my light to reach its full potential and the spot pattern that the KCs have vs. the euro pattern. Technically, I understand these HID's, especially at the 4200K color, put out more light than those KCs, but I swear I recall the KCs being brighter and had plenty of spread for long range. I wonder if too much of my HID's is spread because of the euro pattern.
 

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Awesome set up, looks really tough. Did you modify the guard to mount the winch or did you buy it that way? I like!
 

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I purchased the mount from here....Winch Mount Grill and Brush Guards for Pickup Trucks and Suv's

There a different styles to select from and they are built to order; it's custom in the sense that the gentleman that you order from really seems to know his stuff and answers whatever questions you have, customizing the guard to what your application will be. Everything on my guard is there as requested, after many emails back and forth, but I will say, that what you see, was already priced based on your selection. It's just that I wasn't sure if my lights would fit with that light bar and the winch below. After my measurements communicated back to him, he was sure he could make it work. Thanks for the comments.
 
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