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Figured I'd build a new bumper since I smashed my other one on a big rock in the field.


















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wow nice
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Great work. Looks pretty beast!!
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its not mine just so everyone's clear, i just saw it on there when I was browsing
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that's gorgeous! now who's gonna go get started on my front bumper w/ the same style?
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On this picture my first thought was 'What the holy hell are you doing with that poor bumper? But, that lasted as long as I scrolled down
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looks nice
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how did he get that to conform?
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how did he get that to conform?
In the thread he said he used a torch and heated it up then bent it
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That bumper looks great I would for sure trade my stocker in for something like that

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Just quickly scrolling through, I thought that picture with the wings was one of those hitch helpers for the guy hitching up a trailer by himself deals.
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On this picture my first thought was 'What the holy hell are you doing with that poor bumper? But, that lasted as long as I scrolled down
speedracer??
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that's gorgeous! now who's gonna go get started on my front bumper w/ the same style?
Mine too.
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Nice! any idea on the weight of that tank? Are you going to put any D-shackles or anything for recovery?
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On this picture my first thought was 'What the holy hell are you doing with that poor bumper? But, that lasted as long as I scrolled down

its a giant trailer guide no need to look in your mirrors. lol
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he finished it

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very nice !
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