Full Steel Metal Heavy duty construction that help stability and strength when mounted, :
High quality powder coat that resists rust and dirt.
Chevrolet: 14-15 Silverado 1500 4WD/2WD; GMC: 14-15 Sierra 1500 4WD/2WD
Light Bar Fitment:
All 49.5" - 50.5" Straight & Curved Light Bar; For Straight Light bar (Anti-Slip Curved Spacer may be Required)
NOTE: Installation Accessories Included & Professional Installation recommended
One Pair Of Xprite 50" LED Work Light bar Steel Metal Upper Windshield Mounting Brackets (Left & Right)
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I bought these for my 98 chevy and they work and look awesome on my truck. Just had to do a little bit of bending them in. I love them, very happy:
Everything you need is included.
Worked great no difficulty installing this setup on my 09 silverado
These are heavy and super strong, they are made for a 50 curved and will do that with ZERO modification.
So overall I like this set, the brackets are well built, power coated and super heavy enough I can't bend them. The bolts that come with this are stainless steel and once installed it seats rather well against the truck. Even comes with foam pads to place it between the bracket and truck. Now my only complaint is there aren't any instructions on the nuts. If you're like me, you aren't familiar with the nuts. They are threaded rivets, aka rivnuts. I've never used them, never even heard of them. in a nutshell (pun?) as you tighten down on the threads it crimps and holds the nut in place. do yourself a favor and google "diy rivnut tool" if you don't want to spend $50+ on the actual tool. One thing I attempted to do was crank these down so they didn't spin, that wouldn't happen at least with my diy tool. I found that I couldn't get the bolt not to spin no matter how tight I cranked down on it causing the bolts to strip and a bear of a time trying to pull them free and removing them. Anyway when tightening these down, the goal is pinching so they don't pull out, not so they don't spin. To drill the holes for the rivnuts they require an 11mm drillbit. I couldn't find one of those and used a 7/16" bit. it's a bit loose but it worked. If you end up making one of the DIY tools, use grade 8 supplies where you can making sure the bolts are long enough to reach out the back of the rivet or you'll risk destroying threads. I used cheap unhardened bolts from a cheap store first and it destroyed the bolt. Also stainless steel is unhardened steel as well so don't use the bolts that come with the kit. The threaded rivets are 5/18" -18 thread. I bought an extra 100 rivnuts after the fact to practice, learn from my mistake and practice before you drill the holes in your truck if you've never used them before.
Put this into my 02 avalanche, and they worked just fine,
Worked well but I bought to use with a 52" straight bar so I had to bend them to make them fit.
These are heavy and super strong, they are made for a 54 curved and will do that with ZERO modification. On a 52 curved they require a slight bend on both sides and work perfect as well. They have a fantastic coating on them, very ballistic in feel.
Mounts are great so far, super stable, does its job great.