Well i found a pipe while i was on spring break at my grandmas old hog farm now i just have to cut it and weld it back together so i will have the right lenth. I have my dad looking for some flat steel because he works at a plant that makes tire rims for tractors and stuff like that. I need some advice on stuff to put on it.
Im not sure if i want to put something like this to put on so i can put a clevis through it
or this that i can just weld on.
And i am also up in the air about the lights. I know i want backup lights but should i also put in tail and stop lights?
I was thinking about using lights like this but i couldnt come up with a way to use them and keep the bumper mostly water tight
Then i found trailer lights that mount in bumpers and they have rubber groments to keep most of the water out so i was thinking about using lights like these but havnt decided if i was oval ones so i can stack them or go with round ones and put them side by side.
And i found two types of round ones but not sure which i like.
or this kind?
If you guys could give my your opinions that would be great! I will try to gets some pics up next weekend when im home trying to cut the pipe and weld it back together.
1998 Ranger XLT 4x4 Off Road
3.0L 5-speed 33's on 15x8 wheels
4.88 gears, expo L/S 8.8, locker in the front
T-bar crank, chevy drop shackles, and 3" BL
Lots of custom dents and scratches