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Hey
Do you have the actual file for this? My roommate has software to read it and I love that bumper
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im going to guess not considering the last post was well over 2 years ago....
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lilranger317,
Check out Custom 4x4 Fabrication's bumpers for Rangers.
Also, he might make a rear bumper too, chk out the threads on my rear bumper.
I do not believe you can make a Ranger Bumper as good for the money C4x4 is asking !

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Idk , like most my projects I never have plan or make any you just kinda wing'it. I say just get the plate,tube etc and start going off yer ideas or pictures you like. It will come to you as you build.
this.

my bumper we just checked out a few pics and then said hey, lets go her, her her and over here. ran it, welded it and painted it! i have tube.





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DAM! got sucked into the old thread trap without looking at the last post...

idiot moment of the day goes to.... :/
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Funny how that happens, I didn’t look either...
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That's massive for a stock ranger, do you plan to lift it?

Looks great, don't get me wrong. Just a little large.

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It's really not that big. Picture doesn't do it justice. It's only 11.5 inches tall. Compared the the stock bumper it is relatively close in size. Does it stick out more? Sure, but just enough to fit the base of the grill tube. Thanks for the feedback!
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It's really not that big. Picture doesn't do it justice. It's only 11.5 inches tall. Compared the the stock bumper it is relatively close in size. Does it stick out more? Sure, but just enough to fit the base of the grill tube. Thanks for the feedback!
any pics of one of those with a winch in it?
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Here ya go.
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Finished Front and Rear. I got a semi gloss textured black finish on them. Looks pretty sweet!
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That rear bumper looks sick. Good work.
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Finished Front and Rear.
Looking great as always Jon.

But I might be a little biased towards your designs!

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Looking great as always Jon.

But I might be a little biased towards your designs!

Nothing wrong with that Ean! I am very pleased with how these bumpers are turning out. The last couple weeks have been filled with some extra long nights trying to get to the level of perfection that I strive for. This is the first set of bumpers shipping out of state and so I have spent a lot of time getting everything pulled together; from creating installation instruction sheets and hardware kits, to building crates and packaging products.

I will be wrapping up the remaining projects this weekend and getting them out the door! Cant wait to see these on some trucks!
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I am very pleased with how these bumpers are turning out.
I'm really glad to hear you're happy with how they are turning out! That will be good news for all your customers - like me! lol

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The last couple weeks have been filled with some extra long nights trying to get to the level of perfection that I strive for.
Oh I bet - No question on the amount of work that goes into it all!

Again, I'm sure each & every one of your customers will really appreciate your attention to details!

I know I have!



Related Note: Ever think about making a plate bumper like this for a flareside Ranger?
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Very nice, professional
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Here ya go.
Perfect thank you!
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looks awful good all loaded up! great craftsmanship!
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Great bumper
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wow those are some sick bumpers. guess im going to have to start saving lol
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