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Setina PB400 14-16 Sierra

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843sierra

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anyone know where to buy the Setina PB400 push bumper for 14-16 Sierra? I saw that member 8859 has one on his but haven't heard back from him. Ive contacted Setina and they gave me their distributors but nothing back from them either. anything will help thanks. or if anyone has a used one let me know! if you have any posts of your truck bumpers post them!!
 

awd

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You should be able to get them from a lot of emergency vehicle supply stores. One that comes to mind is Sirennet.

I have the Go Rhino push bumper on mine. Wish I would have gone with the Setina since it's aluminum vs steel, and the bottom cross tube on my Go Rhino sometimes collects water and drains rust out the side.
 

843sierra

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ive looked on all the sites like dana safety supply. chief supply, west chatham, and lawmans safety, and not one of them have responded to any of my emails.
 
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