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Old 02-11-2012
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Need Assist in the Monmouth, OR Area.

Fearce OffRoad in Monmouth, OR, will build me a rear bumper for my Steppie.
PROBLEM… He needs a Flareside (Steppie) Rear Bumper to use as a Templet.
Is there anyone in that area of OR that might handle this, oh ya… it would help if you had a Steppie Rear Bumper. Might even involve picking up a bumper before dropping it off.
It would help Fearce out also, once the first bumper is made and on the Market, there is a number of Steppie owners that will want them too.

I believe all Ranger bumpers mount the same way, it is a matter of location of the cut outs on each side (the contouron the rear of the bed) and the width of the bed with fenders, that is in question.

Here is the address of:

Fearce Offroad
13000 S. Pacific Hwy.
Monmouth, OR 97361
Tel: 503.302.6352

Here is a drawing of his Ranger Rear Bumper, looks good:

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Thks to anyone that even reads this, I am just hoping for help, not expecting, I know it is a lot to ask.

Grev
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Thks finally found someone local to make a rear bumper for a steppie.
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it won't be made by fearce now? I really like their front bumpers.
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it won't be made by fearce now? I really like their front bumpers.
Me too, there front bumper and the pic of the rear styleside is nice.
I sent John an e-mail saying the same thing.
$500 for the bumper and $300 to ship to MA and that is for a basic steppie production bumper, I need something a little custom and that will add time and $$$.
Also, being at “Welding Tech" while the basics are being put together is worth it too.

This local guy is a great welder and I didn’t know he did bumper fab work.
Found out through a mutual friend and when I talked to him he was all over the idea.
I’m going there this AM, will show him some pictures and hope to get the ball park price.

Dumb @ss that I am I should have asked this guy before this.
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