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WAAG Brush Guard Installation

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by BMKA1287, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. Oct 21, 2011 at 5:11 AM

    BMKA1287 [OP] New Member

    Oct 21, 2011
    First Name:
    Seacoast, NH
    97 Tacoma SR5
    I just bought an almost new, waag brush guard 3-piece, for what i think will fit on my 97 tacoma SR5. What I'm not sure about is how to mount it. I've see some other posts with similar guards for installation but haven't seen this one. The mounting brackets are welded to the guard instead of bolted, like many other gaurds are configured. If anyone has installed one like this and has the installation doc or any pointers to help me out I'd greatly appreciate it. I'm also thinking if anyone has pic's of how the guard is bolted to the frame that would greatly help me out too.

    Thanks in advance for the help!
  2. Oct 21, 2011 at 5:34 PM

    STLharry Lube: It's the key to penetration.

    Oct 11, 2008
    First Name:
    Yeti Rescue Package with 240k miles
    '95-'97 camouflaged, ARB bull bar, RAT Products skid plate kit, sliders, Green Mountain Customs rear tube bumper and overland bed rack, King coilovers with Icon neoprene covers, defenestrated sway bar, OME Rear Suspension: CS046R leafs + AAL/5125 shocks/NWOR greasable hardware/U-bolt flip kit; S13WL Tundra calipers/pads/rotors, IPF H4 lenses and bulbs, IPF 968 DCG 100W lights, clapped out CB radio, Aussie-spec FJ60 inclinometer, ARB CKMA12 compressor, Superwinch S9000 with 12V Guy clock switch, 4' Hi-Lift, deckplate mod/grey wire mod/dif breather extensions, Duratrac tires, Sockmonkey bedside decals, boat cupholder, Dakine bike pad
    I wouldn't bother with the damage multiplier-I mean brush guard. Most guys on here would probably agree. It does nothing in the way of actual protection.

    But if you want to put it on, do the mounts line up with the frame at all? What do the brackets look like? Pictures would help.
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