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New Bumpers Wooo!!!! (no 56K)

Well I got some free steel from my dad's work so I've spent the last week building some bumpers... I think they look pretty good for it being the first time I've really every Fab'd something...

Let me know what ya think...

Rear bumper (the easy one)

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The front bumper (the harder one)

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The aftermath (aka the mess I should be cleaning up the mess right now)

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looks good dude!
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beefy! i like it! putting a winch on that thing?
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beefy! i like it! putting a winch on that thing?
I plan to eventually thats why it sticks out a little bit but before i get that there is a few more things i need to get done...
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looks good!
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I like it, its simple and to the point
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Nice. I can't wait til the first time someone slams on there brakes in front of you.
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Beefyness!!!!
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Dang that things solid. Looks good, real good for a first timer
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DANG good job for your first time
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Very good looking. Wouldn't know it was your first !!!
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2 x 2 x 0.250 ?
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Wow, looks great! Need a winch and some lights on the front!
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2 x 2 x 0.250 ?
2 x 3 x .250 and the mounting brackets are 3 x 3 x (3/16) angle
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nice work
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very nice
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Looks good man get a winch n it'll look great!
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thanks for all the compliments guys and gal... im happy to see that my works appreciated... it took me a decent amount of time to build but im really happy how it turned out... i can't wait till i get to fab something else
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I like the front one! Great job for the first time.
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great job one the bumpers man... def look great
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Like everybody else said, it looks tough and ready to rear end some ahole drivers.
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the back one is perfect
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Thanks guys!!!
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Nice!
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