did you buy a straight bar or curved? There are several places out there that have mounts but most will be based on if the bar is curved or straight. If you bought a "name brand" bar you should be able to get the bar from their website. Also if your bar is curved measure the bar corner to corner in a straight line and not with the curve. It should measure around 50" and you will find brackets for it.
Here is a video of how to install it.
What brand are the hood mounts? I like that they're doublesThis isn't my truck but I like these light locations. All the brackets are from a new company called Zroadz. All of their brackets are no drill set up except the roof mount bracket. They have some pretty cool stuff. Hopefully I'll be able to pick some of these up soon and give them a go.
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What brand are those tires and wheels? I really like that set up. Thanks.View attachment 8241 View attachment 8249 View attachment 8257 I did Rigid Q-Series driving and spots, with a 20" bar. As soon as GoRhino finally produces the actuator they came out with at SEMA 2015 for the Sport 2.0 rack (also launched there and took a year later than they said to come out), I'll do a 40" on the bar. Will also probably do some rear-facing lights.
The wheels are LEVEL8 Bully's, but be warned, they don't come with center caps. We had to use a caliper and find some that would fit, and I had new center cap decals made. The tires are 35-12.50x17 Toyo R/T's and I like them a lot. I've run a LOT of brands and styles on my trucks, and these seem to be the best balance of tread aggression, noise, weight and wear.What brand are those tires and wheels? I really like that set up. Thanks.