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rear bumpers

i have been searching and want to get a new bumper made. kinda like triggers. so post pics of what you got.
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I'll take some better ones tomorrow.


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^^^ Lol
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i don't think that would hold up to the way these ppl drive in va if i get reended
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My vote goes for one like element's. That thing is just plain scary.
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^ and that's the runner up. I love the integrated tow hooks.
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thats what i want it to look like is something like triggers
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this is a fellow member's i believe.
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My vote goes for one like element's. That thing is just plain scary.
Thanks, it is beast. It is my air tank for my locker and horns as well.
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Thanks, it is beast. It is my air tank for my locker and horns as well.

I have a friend that wants to put a bumper like yours on his '86 F-150 just for the air. He uses air tools a lot and wants a tank without taking up anymore bed space.
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I have a friend that wants to put a bumper like yours on his '86 F-150 just for the air. He uses air tools a lot and wants a tank without taking up anymore bed space.
Well it could use a bit more volume for tools, I could only take one wheel off with an impact at about 150 psi.
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Im bumperless right now too. I got drawings and measurements for one just like triggers but dont want to steal his design.
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ya i don't want to steal his thunder either just something like his.
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Here is a thread from a wile back with rear bumper pictures.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=51976
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this is a fellow member's i believe.
That is "RedOctober"s bumper I believe. I love that one!
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this is a fellow member's i believe.
That's so clean it almost looks like a factory option. I like that A LOT.
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My vote goes for one like element's. That thing is just plain scary.
mine's bigger

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Everything's bigger in Texas.

I like it.
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ha yea, Gildo on here, idk if he's been on in a while..

but when i bought a bunch of stuff from him he looked at my bumper, looked at the plate, then said, "yep, that's a Texas bumper!"

ha, anyways, its too big i drag it everywhere so something new is coming sooner than later.
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mine's bigger
What is the OD on yours?
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lol!

Good bumper for practicality purposes, but for wheeling,not so much.
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