Ranch Hand fitted its first grille guard on the front of a truck in 1986.
A small shop in south Texas at the time, Ranch Hand was one of the first manufacturers to enter into the truck accessory industry. Since then, business experience, knowledge and determination has expanded Ranch Hand’s presence on the road from a single rancher’s truck in small-town Texas to tens of thousands of trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs across the nation.
We take your safety to heart.
Our number one priority is that you, your family and your vehicle are protected from the unpredictable. We’ve built a reputation in the truck accessories industry for making the sturdiest products meticulously engineered for durability. You can ride in comfort knowing that you and your family are safe behind the strength of our steel bumpers and grille guards.
Our people are the source of our strength.
Decades of manufacturing and design experience paired with top-notch engineering, product development and marketing teams have revolutionized our brand and allowed Ranch Hand to find new solutions to our increasing demand. We are proud of our heritage and excited about what is to come.
Quality craftsmanship and attention to detail go hand in hand for all our products.
Every single Ranch Hand grille guard and bumper replacement is designed to match your vehicle make and model. We update and adapt our designs as new vehicle models are released. We specialize in knowing what it takes to design a grille guard and bumper that is going to offer you the ultimate level of protection.
Our American roots enable us to stand tall and proud amongst our competition.
Our facilities span a total of 320,000-square-feet and hold more than 200 Ranch Hand employees, collectively processing over 40,000 pounds of steel each day. Staying true to our roots, Ranch Hand products are proudly made in two small Texas towns: Shiner and Beeville.
Ranch Hand is a subsidiary of Kaspar Companies.
Established in 1898, Kaspar Companies has been doing business in South Texas through five generations of family ownership, 20 recessions, one depression, two world wars, numerous oil embargoes, several steel shortages and 20 presidential administrations. Starting with a single wire basket, Kaspar Companies has since grown to be the parent company of eight subsidiaries.