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Finally after 5 years of owning my fsb ,I made a rear bumper and get to ditch the stock one. I made my front bumper and sliders right after I bought the bronco, but I decided to give the front bumper a update and needed facelift and trimming.

Here's the front bumper before reshaping.

And after, with trimmed lower and recovery points.



You can see the bent stock bumper in the background and the start of the rear bumper. I used all scrap steel I had to make it.


I decided to cut off the lower 6" of the rear quarter panel for more clearance.




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I got a wild hair & rattle-canned the front bumper today.





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We primered and rattle cann'ed TripleSix's custom front bumper to gloss, then cut open the fairlead opening for the winch. His bumper's are very solid, plenty of beef....



Very pretty in primer pink....

SOLD : 1979 Bronco, 460ci swap, 6" lift with 38s, rebuilt Dana 60 front with ARB locker, Chevy 14-bolt rear with ARB locker and disc brakes, TripleSix custom Bumpers, 12k Winch, + MUCH more..
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My redneck trailer trash plow-boy bumper that I made. It's made from hacked up tongues from a double wide trailer and an old pull-bar from a tractor for d-ring mounts. It looks a little rough, but chicks dig it....






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My redneck trailer trash plow-boy bumper that I made. It's made from hacked up tongues from a double wide trailer and an old pull-bar from a tractor for d-ring mounts. It looks a little rough, but chicks dig it....
Yeah... Looks terrible.

If you call that hacked together then I want to see what your good fab work looks like!
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I just got my Bronco back from getting the bumpers and sliders here's a couple pics.
i love the swing out was trying to put one on y tube bumper now i know how

this is my rear bumper its done accept capping and swing out the dent you see on the driver side lower bar is from hitting a jersey barrier at 60 when i had a blow outthis is housing a 10000 pound winch

this is my front it is highly incomplete but im focussing on my tons swap so i will finish it as soon as my axles are done and that is a 12000 pound mile marker hydraulic winch

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Yeah... Looks terrible.

If you call that hacked together then I want to see what your good fab work looks like!
That's what I was thinking!

Check out my "Molasses Project"http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=197652
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Very nice bumpers guys, mine is more crude it's 3/8 inch plate.
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sky high has got sic work! do you sell any of that?
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