Westin Truck Accessories

Style, Function, Fit, and Quality – it's in Westin's DNA

Westin is the source for all your truck needs. Whether it’s protection, increased functionality, a style upgrade, or all three, Westin has the accessories that will do the job. For over 37 years, Westin has created innovative products with one underlying philosophy: that products should fit, function, look good, and last. For bull bars, grille guards, running boards, step bars, tool boxes, and more, Westin is your one stop shop.

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Brush, errant shopping carts, and other obstructions are no match for Westin bull bars and grille guards. Available in chrome, brushed stainless steel, and black powder coat finish, each comes with an application specific mounting kit. Most bull bars include an integral skid plate, while HDX grille guards feature an integral punch plate to shield against flying debris. And adding a winch is easy with Westin winch mount bull bars and grille guards.

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Stepping up and down from your truck or SUV will require much less effort with Westin running boards and step bars; the only problem you’ll have is choosing the ones that look best on your rig from their vast selection. The running boards have an extruded aluminum base with your choice of slip resistant step area style. Step bars come with 3”, 4” or 6” round or oval chrome, polished stainless steel, or black powder coated tubes with non-slip step pads.

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  • Westin® - Sportsman Polished Grille Guard With Lights On GMC Envoy
  • Westin® - E-Series Bull Bar With Lights On Chevy Suburban
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  • Westin® - Sportsman Grille Guard On Ford 150
  • Westin® - E-Series Bull Bar With Lights On Hummer H3
  • Westin® - Sportsman Polished Grille Guard On Dodge Ram
  • Westin® - Sportsman Black Bull Bar On Jeep Wrangler
  • Westin® - Sportsman Polished Grille Guard On GMC Yukon

Whether you make a living with your truck or just want protected truck bed storage space, Westin has tool boxes that will meet your needs. All have rugged diamond tread aluminum construction, full rubber seals, sturdy hinges, gas supports where applicable, and made in the USA. Choose from crossover boxes that span the bed, side boxes, underbody boxes and more. Westin even has specialty boxes that fit over wheel wells and in beds with 5th wheel hitches.

Westin’s overhead truck rack will increase your truck’s hauling capacity and allow you to easily carry cargo that’s longer than the bed. The HDX headache rack will protect the cab from damage and includes louvers to block the sunlight and keep the cab cooler. It includes mounting tabs for off-road lights and accommodates most tool boxes. When used in conjunction with an HDX ladder rack you can carry ladders, tubing, pipe, and other lengthy cargo. Westin bed mats will protect the bed surface from damage caused by direct contact with cargo. They’re available in universal sizes and custom sizes tailored for specific vehicle bed and tailgate applications. All feature heavyweight rubber construction and ribbed, non-slip surface.

Westin Reviews
Average rating:4.54.7 - 627 reviews
1998 Chevy Suburban
| Posted by | (Tequesta, FL)

Product looks great and strong on my 98 Suburban. It did take me 6 hrs to put them on and I am not a novice. These are not direct mounted. They have two anchoring points for the mounting brackets . The top one goes in a wedge pattern from floor pan weld and is pinched with downward force. The second anchoring point is along the rocker panel. These points have to be drilled with a very small drill because the frame gets in the way then I used an air ratchet to put the bolts in loosely. The drivers side easier then the passenger side so please start with this side. Unhook the emergency brake cable will help with room. Do not go by the instructions for placement of the brackets. The first one ( behind front wheel } in the instructions is to far back. Spread the first three out on the front floor pan weld evenly spaced, and two on the rear weld evenly spaced. Now the passenger side. This is where the fuel and brake lines run along the rocker panel and its very difficult to work around them to get the second anchoring points on, but it can be done. take your time and leave a full day to do it. They really do look great and I get lots of complements.

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