Choose a bull bar that is complimentary to a vehicle and check local and state laws to be sure that type of bar is not illegal before making a purchase.
Read the manufacturer's instructions on installation before beginning. Gather the necessary tools and make sure all the parts are in the package.
Crawl under the vehicle and find the pre-drilled holes.
Bolt the bar into place using the bolts that came with the bull bar. Torque them down according to the manufacturer's specifications.
Connect the bar to the mounting brackets. Make sure everything is level and even.
After installing the bull bar, check to make sure that everything is secure and the bolts are as tight as they can be.
Experts recommend getting the help from a friend when installing a bull bar as they are heavy, awkward pieces of metal. Properly installed, quality bull bars last as long as the vehicle.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance