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Old 03-23-2010
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cuttin holes for a tube bull bar?

was looking at my 2wd bumper today and stumbled upon the idea of cutting out 2 sections of it to mount a bent tube bull bar through, see pic, done quickly in paint, but you get the idea. opinions?
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Old 03-26-2010
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or how about cutting holes in the plastic there and putting just two bars, either box steel or tubing straight up similar to how a bumper on some old silverados worked?
pic is just to show what i mean about the silverado, just little bars for nudging, looks

i mean, i'd want them to be bigger, but same basic idea other than mine wont be attached to the bumper, but to the frame instead
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