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Here's the front bumper I made today. Will probably add some tube work for corner protection when time and money allows. Until then, I am pretty happy with it. I also pulled my billet grille and went back to the original with a fresh coat of paint.

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still working on it

94 bronco XLT
36x12.50x15 swamper tsl
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3 in PA body lift
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Here is mine.

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post #65 of 111 (permalink) Old 05-12-2009, 08:52 PM
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I'll add mine to this page.

First Winch bumper. Warn Classic bumper.

Current custom front bumper.


89 EB Bronco: 302, AOD, 4:56's, Rear Aussie Locked, Front L/S and Warn Hubs, 35" M/T's, 2.5" lift, Custom front and rear bumpers and sliders .

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post #66 of 111 (permalink) Old 07-27-2009, 10:14 PM
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Custom bumber/pipe rack on a 94 F-250. My grandfather made it as it was previously a company work truck.

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post #67 of 111 (permalink) Old 07-28-2009, 12:06 AM
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I may as well post up mine.

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More bumpers to awaken a dead thread. Here's a few I've built. The first was actually my second attempt at any type of fabrication. Still makes me laugh.

The progress. Nice and tight to the body. Maximum clearance for those mistakes in the big whoops. Haha! Skidplate just low and wide enough to protect the oil pan from flying rocks...from the guy I'm setting up to pass.

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Built this new front bumper.

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My homemade bumper

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My front bumper built by me. Still needs light mounts and some clevis's.

my rear built by me. Has mounts for reverse lights behind the mesh.
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post #73 of 111 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 01:55 PM
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not quite finished .

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wow i just realized how crappy my bronco used to look, here's an updated one with winch in place
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Here are my Sterling tube bumpers for my 91 brick nose and then later on my 95 front clip swap. They we good quality and very affordable.
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Used the old Superlift radius arms, scrap metal laying in the junk pile and 63' Corvette lights.

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Front and rear.... need to buy a rim to mount the spare.

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needs to be finished and painted

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I can't believe I haven't post here yet. Sorry for waking this thread from the dead, but here we go:

I scored a whole pile of scrap metal, so I sat down with a CAD program and sketched out some ideas. I also practiced a little bit with a welder, I hadn't touched one in over 25 years.

After the first couple of days work, I have the basic frame and grill guard in place. Lights are mounted, but not wired in yet. Hi-lift jack is in its temporary location.

This is from the next day. Corner pieces are welded on, and diamond tread is attached to give me a standing surface when I'm working on the engine.

The correct lights mounted, and with the tabs facing the right way. Winch and recovery points are mounted. Someday when I'm bored, I may change out the grill guard, and remake it with a lower profile.

Let there be light!

Rear bumper. Dual jerry cans, spare tire, and a hi-lift mount point behind the spare.

With my removable cooler rack in place. Cargo / reverse lights are lit up.  7678
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