Broadfeet

Broadfeet is a manufacturer and distributor of SUV and truck accessories such as side steps, bull bars, grille guards, rear bumper guards, HID conversion kits, hitch steps, front runners, running boards and others. Stainless steel item made from T304 topped by unique design with luxury look, while protect and give a functional look. Broadfeet team is able to customize and design the product with any new vehicle model available. Broadfeet offers a unique classy appearance appropriate for a car of any caliber and price. Company provides lifetime warranty on products and two years on the finish.

The bull bars produced by the Broadfeet company can be considered one of the best on the market of the automobile accessories. These stylish accessories will give your vehicle the tough look you've been looking for. The Structure of the bull bar is solid enough to hold the impact with another vehicle. The bull bar will protect your bumper from becoming a rubbish. All the power from the impact goes to the frame of the vehicle, and this reduces the consequences of the collision. Similarly, it is virtually a pedestrian-friendly design as pedestrian that is bumped into by a vehicle with bull bar is likely to suffer less injury than by the same vehicle without one.

The bull bars were initially created as the frame protecting the bumper of the truck from the collisions with animals that is why it was called a "bull bar". The design of the grill will make your vehicle stand out from the flock. The mounting holes are factory-drilled, the brackets and fittings are double-welded to keep the accessory firmly fastened to the front end. Installation is a matter of minutes. All necessary installation hardware and mounting instructions are included. Another style is a combination bull bar and skid plate. This combination is designed for off road driving and offers more protection to the front end of the vehicle than the earlier bull bar designs. Typical products are now made so that they can be bolted on rather than the earlier ones, which required cutting and sometimes welding for a proper fit.