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Old 12-29-2008
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Finished Bumper Pics!

Finished the bumper on the 23rd and finally had a chance to take some pictures for yall. Also several people have asked me to take pictures of my rear bumper so they are in here too.

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Those two spots need to be repainted. When the welding was done the paint bubbled and I haven't gotten around to repainting it yet.
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And the rear bumper:
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The rear bumper mounts using the bolts from the hitch to hold it on.

...and some whatever pictures:
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...and for those of you wondering, no the bars do not block the headlight beams at all.
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Old 12-29-2008
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Let me be the first to say that looks kick *** dude. I'd love to have them both. Hopefully some day I plan on making a rear one.
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Looks much better now, I like how you mounted the plate in the hole for the winch lol. I still think it's a little too much bumper for your truck right now, but after you put those new spindles on it'll suit the truck a little better.
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pretty sweet. Good craftsmanship too. When you sendin me that rear bumper? lol
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I still think it should have been moved up a couple of inches. Looks much better though
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wow! much better! that looks nice man!!!
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Looks good Mike
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wow that is a pretty kewl bumper
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im sorry but that bumper just looks completely out of place on a ranger.....hence why i was made for a tacoma...just my opinion, truck looked better without it
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Sooo much better.
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Fits much nicer now, looks great. Really digging the rear bumper too.
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looks awesome
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lookin pretty good
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Looks sick bud
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looks alot better. ok.....i'm cured. i can make a bumper look good with those filler panels. thanks for convincing me.


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you so despirately need a lift now. lol.
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NICE WORK, I like the way the rear turned out.

GO CHARGERS........... btw
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Looks much better now, I like how you mounted the plate in the hole for the winch lol. I still think it's a little too much bumper for your truck right now, but after you put those new spindles on it'll suit the truck a little better.
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you so despirately need a lift now. lol.
It has been ordered. Now I have to wait :(

Thanks for all the comments. I am happy with the way it turned out.
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Looks really good man.

Turned out real sharp.
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looks much better not sas it and make it 4wd so you can really use that bumper
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i like it but i wish those two middle supports were made from tube, not whatever they are now.
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dude your truck has come such a long ways... i love it keep it up!!!
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wow those bumpers looks so beefy. its gonna look sick once it is lifted.
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i like it but i wish those two middle supports were made from tube, not whatever they are now.
I kinda like them not tubed. For some reason I think it would be to much tube. Not really sure why though.
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Yup. I'm getting a D50.

Looks way better, Mike. Like Trent, though, I think it would look a hell of a lot better if it was moved up, but I know that's impossible without either cutting the grille or the bumper itself.

I can't wait to see it lifted!
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