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Custom or aftermarket rear bumper

Well, im thinking abiout a custom or aftermarket rear bumper for my Ranger. Anyone know of a good aftermarket place or even better, a member here that makes a great custom rear bumper?
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wow, nobody huh?
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Maybe you should search the forum. I know that Andy's (Ranger_Interceptor) bumper should come up in your search
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i say custom and build your own if you have any fab skills.. haha which i have very little of, but my dad built me front and rear bumpers for my s15 2-3 years ago and since im selling the s15 i said **** it and im taking them bumpers. and they are now going on my ranger. its made of 4 inch square steel tubing, tough bastard.

here's the rear bumper thats going on it:


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and here's what it will look like, the stock chrome bumper its still on the truck in this picture, but i just pulled both bumpers off yesterday.


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^^ i hate to say it but i like the stock ones better,
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go custom
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Definately go custom.
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And Power coat to match
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^^ i hate to say it but i like the stock ones better,


im not a big fan of the front one, its too small so either i will put it back on my s15 or sell it to a buddy of mine for his s10 beater pos and build a bigger one that covers the ends of the frame rails. so put the stock front back on the ranger and the custom one on the back..

i probably would have left the stock one on the back but its crumpled a little bit and got a small dent and looks like crap. plus i wanted a beefier bumper in the back.


jazz921- i still say custom.. haha
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prerunner clip the rear quarter panel and just run a reciver
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Definately go custom.

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Looks sweet!!
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dkchrist more pics now!
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dkchrist more pics now!
Taking the liberty of posting page 2 of the build thread.

My Swingout Tire carrier - Page 2 - Ford Explorer Ranger Enthusiasts "Serious Explorations"®


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^^nice job on that bumper build. I would like to get a tube bumper built for my ranger in the future something like this:

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My bumper has been through like 3 rebuilds if I ever decided I dont like it I will start from scratch.

Here are a couple of in use pictures
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Oh BTW, Thanks for linking the build thread, Jon.
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If you scroll down a little there are more pics. of my rear bumper
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Sorry to thread jack but dkchrist do you happen to have the full size of this picture?
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Custom, I don't think theres enough out there for the Ranger to get something you want.
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Yeah i want a new rear bumper but Stepside = Nothing Made for it...



Go for Custom
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Chrome dont get you home lol
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I have a house, lol thx!
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lets see a little more of this truck.

Looks good...
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X2 I want to see the roll bar. Not really a fan of the chromed out look though.
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