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I was just gonna make a folder in my superford account for different bumper ideas. I decided to maybe try and help others out, who might be in the market for custom bumpers.

I just wanted one place to look at different front & rear bumpers.

This should give some ideas as to what's out there.

I know I missed a bunch, so if you want to add to this thread, try to keep thumbnail pics, to help out the 56k guys/girls. Also, please dont clutter the tread up with useless posts. Try to keep it limited to pics/info/questions about front and rear bumpers.

Obviously if you're in the market, talk with BoonDockBumpers or Dustin(if you live in AZ) and they should be able to set you up.

I hope this helps.


92-96

Maurader's '96




Dustin's '93


Plug Ugly's '94




ToddACimer's '94



http://fordtruckworld.tenmagazines.com/mygallery.asp?id=13730

Bronkzilla's '95



http://www.bronkzilla.com/

Jackhart's '96




Shadofax's '95



https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26028&highlight=winch+mount

94_chickentaco's '94




Ogeechee 4x4's '94


Blaze's '94





87-91

DBlue351's '91


SraTex's '88


SpareParts '83/'88(front clip)


Andy351's '89


Kht428's '88




Built4wheelin's '90


Brokenbronco's '88


Dr Dirty's '90




Bronco Chick's '90




Bearfoot_25's '89


Ironclad's '88




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81Bronk36's '81




Bronco85's '85




Zach94's '86


BigNorm's '86




Redwagon's '85


Hulk's '86


Steve83's '83




Chris85xlt's '85




84Excursion's '84


Calisa1969's '86
 

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mine cost about $20 and a coupla hrs :)



has class III tow hitch inverted for tow point incorporated into the center...more at superford site if anybody cares
 

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Wow! Someone was bored, but good idea though. :thumbup

Here is mine




It's also a tool box and a reciever for a winch.

 

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Chuck's (not yet finished)



Actually, in this shot I hadn't finish welded it yet. It's also missing the extra plates at the end to reinforce the shackle mounts. I'll post pics when I get a chance to complete it, I'm working on the cab crossmember right now.

Incidentally, this is stronger than a normal Class V hitch, and the shackle mount points are good for 17k lb. each, plus about 10k at the receiver (simultaneous). I'll re-check and get better numbers when I put up the finished photos. This is on a cab conversion, if you wanted a full-width bumper it would be an easy matter to make wings to extend the sides -- just fillet weld them to the plate all around like the center is.

Killer thread -- I still have to decide what I want to do for my front bumper. :twotu:
 

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My front is mounted with four 5/8" Gr.8 bolts, washers, & crimped locknuts per side, all in factory holes. It has never moved, even in the rollover when the grille guard dug into the pavement.

The rear has seven 9/16" per side. Only the 6 (total) from the old receiver are not in factory holes. It didn't shift in the rollover either, but it did bend the frame when I hit the back bumper on the ground 3 times one wheeling trip. One of them was as I came out of this ditch. **EDIT** Here's a collage:

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If you read the whole thread, you'll find your answer in post #27. :deal
 
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