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Old 07-24-2014
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Mazda BT50 Bumper

I am sure MOST are scratching their he'd saying WFT is a mazda BT 50.

It is basically the overseas ranger.

I just picked up an ARB bumper for one tonight. It was a display model and never mounted. Only Paid $400.

My question is. How different is the BT50 from my 04 ranger?
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Looking at this photo here, they are quiet a bit different.

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I know the sheet metal is different, I am wondering the the frame may possibly be the same width
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