Ya I got a mounting kit. And the bumper cover already has the push bumper going through it. Not concerned about holes haha.ExplorerTom said:the rings I posted can be rotated to the backside of the bar.
Or just get a license plate mounting kit from the parts store for about $5. It comes with 2 plastic inserts that you pop into the bumper cover (yes, you have to drill) and 2 screws.
Simple and effective. And if you never take off the push bumper, you shouldn't care too much about drilling 2 holes in the bumper cover.
This site lists the PB-400 for the Escapefrospike38 said:Hello,
I am looking into getting the Setina PB-400 push bar, but when I look at the "make/model" section when ordering, the Ford Escape is not listed. So what vehicle option did you guys choose when you purchased your PB-400? Thanks
Hey quick question, did you click "sedan" instead of "SUV" when ordering? Because that's the only way that you paid about $260 for it and the pads + freight.Mdnghtdevert said:I lied. It was $260 plus $80 for freight.
Mileage. Well, I'm in canada so I'm set to KM. It's tough to say so far with the snow and busy season. A lot of stop and go in the city, plus I've been doing a lot of idling.
I drove about 350km down the highway a couple days ago. My scan gauge reported 8.8L/100KM. Before the bumper, I only had the dash which told me 8L/100 KM.
City is showing around 14.4L/100KM but like I said a lot of stop and go and bad weather as well as idling on break at work.
I'll keep you posted. Got to drive back today home today with a mix if city and hwy...
I see that, perhaps you should contact Setina and get the definitive answer on availability for the Escape then shop pricefrospike38 said:Hey MadMax! Thanks for the website! The only thing that sucks is that the price is almost $100-150 more after shipping, compared to the rest of the other websites...