Westin Safari Light Bar 30-0015
- 1 black light bar
- Mount kit available & sold separately
Westin's Safari Light Bars transforms your vehicle by adding a tough, rugged look that doesn't overpower compact, midsize trucks and SUV's. The Westin automotive safari lite bars are manufactured from 2" diameter tubing and equipped with light tabs for Driving Lights. The fully welded safari light bar is a 1-piece construction and bolts on quickly and easily with no vehicle modifications on most applications. The Safari Light Bar is available in a chrome plated stainless steel or a black powder coat finish. With Westin's extra front end protection your vehicles good looks will surely shine through.
Light bars and mount kit sold seperately. For everything you need order a light bar + mount kit. Lights are sold separately.
- 1998-2002 Honda Passport
- 1998-2004 Isuzu Rodeo 4 Door
- 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
- 2004-2008 Mitsubishi Endeavor
- 1998-2004 Nissan Frontier Factory tow hooks must be removed
- 2000-2004 Nissan Xterra Factory tow hooks must be removed
|Mounting:||Bolt-on - Mount kits sold separately|
This product offers an easy, at home no drill installation. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please see the installation manuals link below. You may also call us toll free at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
Westin Safari Light Bar installation
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||3.5|
|Price / Value||3.5|
|2 Customer Reviews|
|The mounting brackets were extremely heavy and matched-up perfectly with the truck, but the quality of the light bar was disappointing. The mounting brackets welded inside the light bar were soft metal and bent when I tightened the light bar to the bumper mounted brackets (torque wrench set below setting stipulated on the instructions). In fact, when the flimsy inside brackets bent they actually distorted the tubing of the light bar to which they were welded. RealTruck customer service was absolutely awesome and sent a replacement light bar with a call-tag for the original. When I installed the replacement I stacked galvanized washers inside of the light bar (ran mounting bolt through them)to take up the space between the inside mounting plate and the flat surface of the bumper brackets. This prevented the soft metal bracket from bending because it was tightened against the metal washers and had no room to bend. |
I don't understand why Westin doesn't use heavier material and why they put the brackets so far inside the light bar. At the very minimum, they should use a solid metal spacer to fill the gap between the inside brackets and the surface of the bumper mounted brackets. It is unfortunate because the light bar is well made otherwise.
Bottom line: if you install one of these spend a couple bucks on galvanized washers and be very careful when applying the 30fp of torque to the mounting bolts. On the new light bar I gently hand tightened the bolts and it is working well.
Note: The Westin driving lights, included as part of a mail-in promo on this light bar, are really nice quality.
|A little tricky install but worth the great looks|