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Old 05-18-2009
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PA replacement brackets for the front bumper - OR

I now have the ability to make PA replacement brackets for the front bumpers of body lifted trucks. Using the exact dimensions that come with the PA kit, I will CNC cut new ones out of 1/4in plate steel... Which is quite a bit thicker since the PA come with 6ga sheet metal.

Taking orders for these as well as my traction bar orders.

$30 + shipping Includes:

2 - 1/4in plate CNC cut brackets

All you need is to grab 2 bolts for each bracket from your local hardware store and they're direct replacements that are stonger and don't shake, like the PA brackets do. Shane has allen bolts in his, stainless. Looks cool.

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Bump, now that the thread is active again.
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Woah...and it ended up getting moved to classifieds.....ok...





I have his brackets on my truck right now..1/4" steel. It pushes the bumper forward some more over the PA brackets. If your bumper gap isn't tight, you'll see ground through the gap of the bumper and grille....Mines fairly tight now and you can barely see it. Since it pushes the bumper forward more, it gives more room for the tire to move as well....less trimming. There is no shake to the bumper anymore and it's very solid, and the brackets wont bend/tweak out like the PA brackets do. i suggest welding bolts to the brackets....getting a combo wrench to the head of the bolt on the outside lower bolts, is a pain! lol.

Props to good product.

I'll post pics when I find my camera. lol.
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Thanks for the promotion. I can weld bolts to it that'll sell them.
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Add having a front hitch, and a ratcheting closed end is required! lol.

Pics of TrePaul Customz PA bumper brackets...

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Bump,
I'll be interested in a set when I finally get my *** in gear and do my body lift
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You'll want these before you do the lift man. Makes it that much easier.
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Yeah I know.
Any idea on shipping internationally? I read your thread, and if it is easier to you I can just get them shipped to a broker in Blaine Washington.
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That would be much easier. Sorry, but I won't ship to Canada. Already been screwed once by that and it's just more paper work.

But if you have a broker in WA, I'll be more than willing to ship them there.

I just have to get the instructor to unlock the power box to the gear table so I can start cutting lol
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Yeah man no worries. I won't even be able to consider getting them for another couple of weeks until payday hits.
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stock bumpers FTL! :)
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Evan FTL.
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Bump, I'm making these again... So lemme know if anyone is interested!
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I'm interested!!! Haha pm me your paypal info and the price for bolts welded on if your able to do that.
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