Updated September 02, 2019 by Joseph Perry

The 6 Best Bull Bars For The F-150

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This wiki has been updated 2 times since it was first published in August of 2019. If you're looking for an inexpensive way to add some personality to your stock Ford F-150, one of these bull bars could be a great way to do it. They also provide some protection for the grille and front bumper in minor collisions. Ideal for driving around the farm or ranch, they are not recommended for use in urban areas, because they can be an injury hazard for pedestrians and cyclists. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bull bars for the f-150 on Amazon.

6. Aries 2153000

5. Tyger Auto Bumper Guard

4. TAC Grille Guard

3. TAC Modular

2. Auto Dynasty 3-Inch

1. Aries B35

Editor's Notes

August 31, 2019:

Like lift kits and exhaust kits, bull bars are popular accessories to give your stock Ford F-150 a customized look. They are available in black or chrome-plated stainless steel, and one of our selections, the Aries 2153000, is made of a unique-looking brushed aluminum.

They come with all needed mounting hardware and can be installed at home with common tools (though professional installation is always recommended). However, be aware that you'll have to remove the tow hooks, if your truck has them, to install a bull bar. And if your truck doesn't have tow hooks, you'll need to do some cutting of the plastic housing under the bumper to get it to fit.

While bull bars offer some protection to your grille and bumper, understand that they can also decrease the safety of driver and passengers in the event of a serious crash. Today's vehicles are designed with crumple zones that absorb the energy of a collision so that your body doesn't have to. Bull bars interfere with that design property and concentrate the force of a crash in a smaller area. And they have been outlawed in Europe and Australia because they can also increase risk to pedestrians and cyclists.

Before buying, you might want to check local laws to see if there are any regulations governing this type of accessory. It's also smart to contact the manufacturer to make sure the product you're considering will fit your truck's model and year.


Joseph Perry
Last updated on September 02, 2019 by Joseph Perry

An avid reader and outdoors enthusiast, Joe earned his doctorate in literary studies before making the lateral leap from academia to technical writing. He now lives and works in the inter-mountain West where he creates technical and marketing content, including white papers, solution briefs, and courseware for some of the world’s largest information technology companies. With more than 14 years of experience in the field, he has learned more than he ever thought he would know about such enterprise IT topics as cloud computing, storage, databases, business software, and networking. When he’s not writing about business computing, he can be found outdoors, probably hiking with his family and dog.


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