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Rear bumper pics!!

There are a million front bumper threads but non for the rear bumpers.


Post up your custom rear bumpers!!!!
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We just had a thread like this, theres only like 3 people on here that have custom bumpers. Trigger01, gumby and then a guy with a hugeass bumper haha forgot his name tho. They'll post up pics soon.

Heres Triggers and that other guys https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ht=bumper+pics
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i had one as well
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That isn't a thread just for rear bumpers, it was tigger posting pics of his and someone else posted theres in there showing his plate.

There has to be more then 3 people with custom a rear bumper.......right?


edit: ok 4 counting scott lol


Got any pics of it scott?
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theres more than that..
im guessing "and then a guy with a hugeass bumper haha forgot his name tho" is my Q?
i think im the only one here that has earned that title lol
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here it is in its raw form
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kinda big.
its getting replaced in about 8-9 months tho.. those design plans are going to be on the down low tho

i will say that its going to have a fair lead built in tho
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gumby made it for me


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yea i think he was talking about you. lol


you ever weight that thing?



Edit: Why do you keep posting right before me lol

I was talking to 99 ranger4x4 just so you no.


Scott your bumpers a little low for me but I do like the design
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haha yeah sorry Matt i couldnt remember your user name, i figured youd figure it out haha. Ok I miscounted a little bit, Dano (black-and-blue maybe) has one as well.
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yea i think he was talking about you. lol


you ever weight that thing?



Edit: Why do you keep posting right before me lol

I was talking to 99 ranger4x4 just so you no.


Scott your bumpers a little low for me but I do like the design
its low because its was design and made off the rear bumper stock brackets, and i have a body lift, but i was planning on the rollpan to fill the gap. Also it kept me within bumper laws for ohio
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yea i think he was talking about you. lol


you ever weight that thing?



Edit: Why do you keep posting right before me lol

I was talking to 99 ranger4x4 just so you no.


Scott your bumpers a little low for me but I do like the design
wellll
a TON?
150-180+?
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Int3rceptor(I thnk that's how you spell it) Andy, has one too.
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The finished product...minus the lighted plate I never got to mount =[
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here was mine that alot of people use for ideas..

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Dano (black-and-blue maybe) has one as well.
yep, me and jeremy made mine

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and heres how i found a flaw in its design (hit a tree right on the corner)
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I like yours a lot, i just need something to be able to step up.
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mine makes a very nice step up into the bed!

threads about it are here and here

also it is FOR SALE!!!
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I've got a beefy rear bumper too....

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i had one too
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i think im the only one here that has earned that title lol
i want this one for all the tailgaters just wish it didnt weigh 1000 pounds well if i stumble upon a huge *** tube i may make one like that as well
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with mine being open in the center it was a very nice step when the tailgate was closed.
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Awesome bumpers guys!

Keep them coming
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I like this style alot......

For trucks that don't need a bumper rack, I may steal a little of your idea too!

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Now just something to button up the corners.....
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yeah i really just liked the look, but yeah i plan on changing it slightly to actually cover some vital areas. cause i dont need any damge BS that i could prevent.

i was amazed at how well my shackles and bumper itself held up to a f350 jerk'n me out of a swamp
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Here is a sweet one that patov6 built over on TRS. I like how it protects under the bed side.


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