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      Kicked-up dust, dirt and debris are waiting along every twist and turn of road you drive. Keep your truck damage-free by fortifying your vehicle’s back-end with a rugged set of ProZ Premium Tail Light Guards. Perfectly crafted to the contours of your year, make and model, these custom tail light guards deliver total protection with a side of style.

      Durably constructed from thick .75" x .065” tubing with round .3125” rods for added strength, ProZ Premium Tail Light Protectors are as sleek as they are solid with smooth, rounded corners. ProZ Tail Light Protectors are available in your choice of polished or 5-stage durable black powder coat to match or contrast your existing trim package.

      Sold in pairs, Premium Tail Light Guards include all the necessary hardware for no-drill installation using your vehicle’s factory holes (most applications). Your ProZ Premium Tail Light Guards carry a 5-year warranty on black powder coat and a Limited Lifetime Warranty on stainless steel.

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      ProZ Premium Tail Light Guards Customer Reviews

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      31 Customer Reviews

      Would buy again!

      Reviewed by David T (Salem, VA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-150 — May 27, 2017 5:28 AM

      Ease of Installation
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      These look absolutely awesome on the truck. Had on about a week and lots of complaints. I only give honest reviews so I cut this a star because screw plates are to easy to bend and price is high if not on sale. Still, look great!

      Perfect fit

      Reviewed by Charles P (Troy, AL) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado — May 05, 2017 5:52 AM

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      I put the black tail light guards on a silver 2013 Z71 4x4 and they look great and fit perfectly. I would like to see them attached to the truck in a more secure way. If they were attached into the metal body rather than into the plastic lighting assembly they would do a better job of protecting the light. The guards are heavy duty well built guards that need a better attachment system. Still they are a good addition to my truck. I believe they will provide protection to my tail lights.

      Great Looking Guard

      Reviewed by Jesse J (Oskaloosa, IA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado — Jan 29, 2017 3:58 PM

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      Easy to install and looks sharp on the tail lights. Hoping for a little added protection for my tail lights.

      Taillight guards

      Reviewed by James F (Harlingen, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Nissan Titan — Jan 06, 2017 7:00 PM

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      The shipping took two months but the price was worth it. I paid only $45.00 dollars for the pair. I bought them when they were 50% off at the time. I couldn't believe the price. The taillight guards are built really good and installing is fairly easy. Read the reviews like I did and you will be fine!

      Mostly good.

      Reviewed by Alfred D (POCAHONTAS, AR) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — Dec 17, 2016 5:23 AM

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      They are sturdily built and feel very solid. After I was eventually able to attach the guards over the tail lights, I think they look great. However, it took a lot of "adjusting" on both sides. I used a rubber mallet to tab the brackets into alignment. This was a slow process that involved removing the guard, bending the bracket a little, sliding the guard back over the tail light, removing, bending, sliding it back into place. . . I think ProZ needs to make adjustments to their welding jig.